Sports is a safeguard of your health. It doesn’t only shape your character but reveal who you are. While playing, at one point in our life facing various journeys and going through different phase of life which we embark in, we get to a part where we feel like giving up is the only option left.
Close your eyes for that moment and just remember if Sachin Tendulkar had quit…Then would he be able to make 100 centuries? If P.V. Sindhu had quit…would she be able to win an Olympic medal?
No one is born perfect. It was well said by JK Rowling that..
“You might never fail on the scale I did. But it is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all—in which case, you fail by default.” – J K Rowling.
Trying again is not a rocket science unless you have the willpower to accept failure. India’s rising star – Bhuvaneshwar Kumar has a journey which is full of thorns and stones…Young Kumar didn’t have a pair of shoes before his under-17 game, so his sister spent all her savings and bought an expensive pair of shoes for him. Now, he is the leading India’s pace bowler who dismissed Sachin Tendulkar for duck in first class cricket.
Also, Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi who was strength of character and a charm of Indian Cricket Team, lost his right eye due to an accident in England before playing for India. He didn’t let his dream affect due to his meagre obstacle. He practiced and proved to be an outshining superstar.
Just remember nothing comes easy and even if you fail it doesn’t mean that the GAME IS OVER it means to try again with EXPERIENCE.