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Day Ninety – SBMBW May 2, 2010

Posted by simarprit in SBMBW, Some Battles Must Be Won, Uncategorized.
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When you really want to drink something, drink grief, it come free and gets replenished on its own.  Be in a hurry, you have a battle to win, you can’t take time enjoying your grief. Grief is there and lots of it, but battles can’t be won while living grief, while fighting the battle you have to live the battle, that is important, that is the core.  Grief has a strange tendency, it brings lot of sadness with it, and sadness slows everything down.

If you wish to win the battle, win over sadness, become cheerful and confident of yourself let your reflexes be of a warrior, let your gait be of a winner.

Don’t seek sadness, don’t meet sadness, don’t court sadness… Because some Battles Must Be Won.

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1. Gaurav Mishra - May 2, 2010

Yes battles must be won 🙂 with strong Courage. it should always persists.

After defeat there is a strong win. Heads UP!!

After night there is a day and cycle continues..

simarprit - May 2, 2010

Absolutely! Courage can make others see a rabbit being pulled out of thin air. Courage works, big time.

2. Sujatha - May 2, 2010

Grief Kills. Like None Other. The best of warriors are lost to grief. It IS self-replenishing. It takes the context out of the battle. It makes life one big void space. This is one battle that cant be won

3. simarprit - May 3, 2010

But… Some Battles Must Be Won, what I do is take all the grief and consume it as quickly possible. Grief lying unconsumed increases thirst which doesn’t work at all – Grief must not be there and take sadness with it.


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