We all fight for something or the other in our lives. What makes this fighter different from the rest? The significant point is he fights for peace. He was trained not to fight. It's important for a fighter to know what's worth fighting for. Does that mean we should not be fighting? No. We need to make a decision based on what's at stake.
A wrong attitude of looking at a fight is fighting to win. Winning is a process that falls into place when you get all the ingredients right. Essentially its a matter of getting the priorties right. We need to focus on playing a good game rather than the end goal. If we give our best and play a good game we don't need to care about the result. On that note I'll leave you folks pondering with a question; "WHAT DO YOU FIGHT FOR?"
Until next click,