Winning comes in many forms.
If there is one thing about winning, it is that it does not come easy. You have to work hard for it, harder even, take risks, just to get the coveted victory. But the question is, if it is handed to you on a silver platter, does it count as winning?
We all know it does not because to be considered as winning, sweat has to be shed, lessons have to be learned, risks have to be taken and experience be enriched. Winning, like everything else, has to be earned. Isn’t it more satisfying when you achieve something because you have worked so hard for it, that it is meant for you because you deserve it?
Yes, winning, in its purest form, is great to achieve—when you are invested in it, otherwise, it would indeed be like a triumph without glory, of no use to you.
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