Wednesday, 22 October 2008

A Winner, Am I?

There’s nothing we cannot make, but there’s always a thing that we can doas intended.

There’s no over, but there’s always a chanCe and a chanGe.

One thing doesn’t change, in life there’s always change.


[七転び八起き: nanakorobi yaoki]

“A Japanese proverb means: perseverance is the key.”

But, there is always a riSk or more

虎穴に入らずんば虎子を得ず。Koketsu ni irazunba koji o ezu.]

”A Japanese proverb means: you cannot do anything without risking something.”

Would someone prefer to live in the past or present?

Losers live in the past!

However, winners learn from the past.


“Do we dream of winning a gold medal?”

I’d like to introduce to you a Winner.

He’s a Gold Medal Winner.

He’s Rhinoceros beetle

Record: The rhinoceros beetle

can carry 850 times its own weight,

even an African elephant can carry up to 25% of its own weight.

That would be like a person of 70 kilograms carrying 59,000 kilograms weight.

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