No one is perfect. We all know that. You’re not perfect, I’m not perfect, no one walking this planet is perfect. If there is, then the second coming has arrived and the end is nigh and all that jazz.
Frankly, I don’t think that’s the case, so I opt for no one being perfect.
Since we’re not perfect, that means there’s still room to improve. That means we have to work on our weaknesses.
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We’ve all heard the phrase, “No pain, no gain.”
It’s currently out of vogue in part because some believe it urges people to train beyond what their body can take, to train injured, things like that, but I still kind of like it. Maybe it’s an artifact of my age, but I do.
Let’s be honest, training is painful in a lot of ways.
The thing is, I find it the lessons I’ve learned through training, through that pain, have applications to the rest of my life. It’s all about how to remove those weaknesses. The pain can almost be purifying, in a way.
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