We all have reasons for doing what we do. Good or bad, right or wrong, fair or unfair, at the end of the day, we all have a reason for what we do, how we do it and for whome or what we do it. I however, have realized that people find more reasons to justify and defend their failures and short comings with reasons that could in some sense be very much justifiable. We find a way of highlighting the troubles and disadvantages that came along our way and attaching the underachievements and below expectations performance that we record to it. The reality remains that people will sympathize with you for your disadvantages and excuses that you create but that does not change the fact that you have failed.  The fact that you fell on the track is really unfortunate and pathetic but you won't be announced the winner of the race out of pity.. What am saying is that life is really unfair and it presents to us as much reasons to fail as possible like a poor background, environmental disadntages, physical disabilities, missed opportunities and the list goes on and on. Everyone that has ever broken out of the shackles of mediocrity and financial instability have had their own wars to fight. Nobody said it will be easy, no one said it will be smooth but the promise is, if you fight you may win if you don't win worst case scenario is that you will die fighting which is far above failing without a fight. I have seen lame people do big things, I have seen the blind play the piano, I have seen academic retards become CEOs and kids become millionaires. Someone somewhere is thriving under the same circumstances or even worst than you are in. Someone somewhere is rewriting history with with the pen you called ink less...long and short is that winning is a choice. Choose it. You have an option however, to hang your failures on the countless GOOD REASONS that ain't GOOD ENOUGH REASON or you could be a bull and beat the odds. Go out and win today YO'LEX said so.

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