Win, Loose or Brag.
Everybody wants to be a winner,
Knowing or not we are all winners in a manner.
Only those who win something big, extra,
Will be the biggest losers, will be hated by all the others who wants to be an alpha.
Loosing today means you are the real winner,
Specially if you stay calm and know there is a reason for every encounter.
Might take some time to find the reason,
That you were the luckiest by loosing that deal or person.
When you brag you look great and special,
But others see how less is their potential,
They feel so little and humiliated that only jealousy can be the answer.
Do you think it worth to brag to make others smaller?
Win, loose or brag is not important,
What you think what is the best for you and what is irrelevant.
Always follow your feelings,
That's where your hard lessons are, or blessings.
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