To climb the hill is not the responsibility of the strongest person or most apparent able It is the responsibility for anyone who is truly determined to accomplish everything in their own way. The only true loss in life is abandoning the pursuit after an ultimate failure prior to the success and win. To my way of thinking the path to success is one of perseverance and various approaches, and that includes the occasional loss.
If you think of loss what are your thoughts really? I am thinking of those who give up too early and abandon their dreams too fast, I will not say “easily”. The most difficult thing to do, even if you’re weak is to let go of a genuine dream that one would like to see become a reality.
The climb up the mountain can be achieved through a variety of methods, but the way to do it is, as United States President Calvin Coolidge declared, nothing can take the place of perseverance. It doesn’t matter what talent you possess “under the hood”, or how strong you think you’re. It’s that 2 percent persistence that always gets you or any other person over the hump in life and existence. Nothing can ever take the place of that “extra thing” that makes a great person great. Anything will not suffice for the two percent effort required to achieve greatness.
In fact, the word “almost” doesn’t mean anything unless you’re saying and mean foolishness like “should have” and “would have”. If you’re committed to doing what it takes to genuinely succeed in your endeavor, then anyone who is working at it in the certain correct way will get there, and almost always somewhere excellent. Of course, there are Nero, Caesar, Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, Lenin, James Joseph “Whitey” Bulger and Alphonse Gabriel “Al” Capone in the histories However, they’re made up of “I should have been good, but” and “I would have been good, but” and should not be compared to. True trailblazers use all the resources their resources effectively and in a creative manner and not in one way or the other, or with a wrong mindset. It takes a persevering consciousness that is genuinely working every step of the way for success as a soul, spirit and a total being.
Persistence, but not as much talent, plays it all out like slow drips of water on a stone and breaking it down, versus rapidly burning the stone and then trying to wear it down that way. It is possible to doubt excellence all we want and yet everyone, from God to God as well as nature itself must to adhere to the only law to make things work and that is persistence.
I am Joshua Clayton, I am a freelance writer living in Inglewood, California. I also write under various pen-names and aliases, but Joshua Clayton is my real name and I write with that in the majority of my writing. I am a philosophical writer and a rational thinker as well as an honest action-oriented. I also work in an elderly Center situated in Gardena, California as my day job, among other things, however, primarily I am a writer.