The Champion At The Game Of Life

The honest winner without frills, boasting or lying is the genuine champion at life. Who wants to admit that it is all that simple? It is, though. It is all contained concisely in that first sentence what it takes to genuinely succeed without anyone arguing or irrationally challenging the success. People who lie, boast or […]



The honest winner without frills, boasting or lying is the genuine champion at life. Who wants to admit that it is all that simple? It is, though. It is all contained concisely in that first sentence what it takes to genuinely succeed without anyone arguing or irrationally challenging the success. People who lie, boast or exaggerate are the genuinely weak anyhow.

When I think of what it takes to genuinely win and be the best, I think of something like that first sentence about the honest winner. Indeed, the only short way to winning there is that really works is the honest way, everything else, including and especially dishonesty, treachery and theft is the most genuine way to lose and usually lose in a long, public and horrible way. Only the choice to be honest and beneficial is a choice that deserves to be private and the deepest of happiness anyway. What can I say? It is hard to win legitimately, but it is even harder and more embarrassing to lose cheating, is it not?

Yes, all right, lying and cheating are creativity, but they are the negative and destructive side of creativity that are the ultimate loss. To gain anything, you must use the good and positive side of reality, however hard it may seem to do so at times. To genuinely gain everything good, you must put in the genuine and uncompromising work to gain it genuinely. Reality comes down to what we put into it in a good way, not what we take out of it in a bad way. Legitimate reality is an earned thing, not given then, and it is on the positive or good side of the equation of everything, purely.

Positive and productive creativity then is what it all comes down to. All else is a loss and destructively not needed or desired. The strength of reality then, comes down to the strength of constructiveness and productivity. Can I say “winning legitimately is everything and losing cheating really is nothing” yet? I think I have meant it in a way that makes sense, and this whole article said it in a needed way from that first sentence on to now. With this article, cheaters cannot hide in the shadows and honesty is exposed in a good or great way. That is the best I can expect from this and that is what I want from this article.

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