When you plan on running a race, usually there’s two scenarios as to how everyone looks at it – either you win the race or you lose.
No one really wants to notice the constant efforts and practice that was taking place behind-the-scenes and the mentality it needed to prepare for that race.
No one really wants to acknowledge those who finished that race, but not just first.
No one really gives a pat on the back to those who couldn’t finish the race. A pat on the back for trying!
This world we live in wants everyone to win.
Is that possible though?
If 5 people participate and they do their best, yet only one wins, how are we, as a society, reacting to the other four?
Do they stop running then?