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There is no such thing as an expert on the topic of Life. We all have had our battles, our suffering, and our questions. Despite the uniqueness of our personal obstacles, we have endured them. We have endured them well enough to advise those behind us as to how to do the same. I have done the research on your behalf regarding the multitude of reasons why wisdom exists. My mission is to utilize the voices of the world's greatest thinkers and heroes to compose a guideline of life's wisdom so that you don't have to experience those trials alone.

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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

A Moment from Yoda

 With Star Wars back in the theater, I wanted to reflect on possibly one of the wisest thoughts by the its wisest character: 



It's so simple and it's so amazingly inspirational.  

Yoda is only here to modify Luke's way of thinking.
 So what's the difference?

Try does not imply an expectation to fail. Try implies the expectation to quit. Try implies an incomplete mission. The process of climbing a mountain is still climbing a mountain, whether or not you tried it or did it entirely. Yes, if you stop climbing, you've tried. Maybe your "try" attempt is the farthest you've ever gone. Wouldn't that be part of the path to success? The difference between Try and Do is your spirit of conviction. 

Whatever it is, how much do you want it?

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