Building Character

Even if you’re lying flat on your back, you can work on your mind.  And it says something about the character of the individual, if he sits out on the sidelines the moment he gets an injury.  It’s like he’s looking for an excuse to bail out.  That guy won’t go very far.  If you’re starting out with a disadvantage due to health, this gives you an opportunity to find ways to get round the problem, or strengthen those areas that aren’t affected, and it builds character to take this route rather than to just say, ‘I quit.’” Steve Morris

http://stevemorris.livejournal.com/45605.html

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