A man bought a racehorse and put him in a barn with a big sign, “The fastest horse in the world.” The owner didn’t exercise the horse nor train it to keep it in good shape. He entered the horse in a race and it came last. The owner quickly changed the sign to “The fastest world for the horse.” By inaction or not doing what should be done, people fail and they blame luck.
Life without vision, courage and depth is simply a blind experience. Small, lazy and weak minds always take the easiest way, the path of least resistance.
Losers think life is unfair. They think only of their bad breaks. They don’t consider that the person who is prepared and playing well still got the same bad breaks but overcame them. That is the difference.
The winner’s threshold for tolerating pain becomes higher because in the end he is not training just for the game as for his character.