Dryden Shorts: When You Lose

Interesting culture, isn’t it.

On the one hand we applaud the winners, those with the grit and determination and that never-say-die attitude.

On the other hand we don’t like sore losers, those whose desire for victory sees them lash out at the setback of defeat.

It’s like you can pursue victory but have to humbly admit defeat when it happens. I wonder if we have the proper approach to defeat, though.

(Photo by Polina Raevskaya on Unsplash)

For His Name’s Sake

Shalom

C. L. J. Dryden

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