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Day Ninteen – SBMBW February 20, 2010

Posted by simarprit in SBMBW, Some Battles Must Be Won.
  1. If no one does mistakes this world won’t exist, if every one does the same mistake twice this world won’t exist. In battles which must be won there may be just about a scope of getting away with a mistake but there would never be two windows.
  2. A fall-out of a mistake can never be isolated, it is all-encompassing and takes away the shine from positive advances, it changes the mood from buoyant to apologetic and confidence from absolute to dismal.
  3. But the battle must go on and the struggle to regain ground must become dominant desire in the short run.
  4. To repair mental constitution is always a challenge, especially after a setback, but if you have a hold over your priorities  it should be still possible to quickly get back to your natural battle hardy disposition.
  5. End of the day thought – If you have propensity for committing mistakes and blunders, overcome it as it can cause you the battle which you just can’t lose.

“Because some battles must be won”


1. DALJEET SINGH - February 20, 2010

Dear Simar,
its nice post. “some battles must be won” sounds good as those may be important but we must also keep in mind that to win a war, sometime we may have to loose some of the battles. Identifying those that may be lost is also important. Even losing battles gives lessons.
Winning the war must be the ultimate goal. Regards.

2. simarprit - February 20, 2010

Thank you Daljeet Ji. In my series “Some Battles Must Be Won” my scope is limited to a battle or to one battle war or an all or nothing situation.

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