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Born to Lose

Once walking through the twisted little streets of Kowloon in Hong Kong, I came upon a tattoo studio. In the window were displayed samples of the tattoos ...


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Running a Ninety-Five-Yard Dash

A friend of mine described a colleague as great at running the "ninety-five-yard dash." That is a distinction I can do without. Lacking the ...


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Win or Lose, He Didn't Stay Down

The movie Chariots of Fire was the true story of Eric Liddell, a man who ran for Scotland, then went on to become a missionary. You may recall that he ...


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Faithfulness and Success

Some mistakenly conclude that faithfulness and success are diametrically opposed.


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Love Makes a Winning Team

Lee Iacocca once asked legendary football coach Vince Lombardi what it took to make a winning team. The book Iacocca records Lombardi's answer: "There ...


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Opportunity in Hardship

Jacques Plante was an amazing man. His career as a goaltender for the Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers, St. Louis Blues, The Toronto Maple Leafs and ...


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Charles Schulz: Lover of Losers

With the death of "Peanuts" cartoonist Charles Schulz, many commented on his ability to reflect on the sadnesses of real life through the experiences ...


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David Robinson on Humility

In the 1998-1999 NBA basketball season, David Robinson, frequent all-star and veteran center for the San Antonio Spurs, learned to share the limelight ...


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Running toward Unseen Goal

United States runner Marla Runyon has been legally blind for 22 years. Even so, she competed in the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. In ...


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Keeping Discouragement at Bay

A man stopped to watch a Little League baseball game. He asked one of the youngsters what the score was. "We're losing 18-0," was the answer.

"Well," said ...


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