I find there to be profound wisdom in proverbs, sayings and quotes and I marvel at the way they are so succinct in communicating messages to the reader. Mostly anonymous, they come to us from past generations and from across cultures. They speak of the experiences of lives lived and lessons learned. Quotes, like proverbs, make us think more deeply about something.
Each Thursday, I post a Proverb or Saying and a Quote that I find thought-provoking.
I hope you think so too.
You always learn a lot more when you lose than when you win –
Do you learn most from a mistake or failure?
I think the act of winning confirms that you have completed the task well, and done most things correctly, and I would hope ethically. But in confirming our actions, do we learn anything of value? Isn’t winning simply reinforcing already learned behaviours?
and the quote this week comes from a singer from the 60’s and the flower power generation:
“The more you live, the less you die”
– Janis Joplin
Was Janis right? Even though she passed away at a young age?
I would love to hear your thoughts.