Why You Need to Go Down to Go Up

The face that logged a thousand shoes. ' When football stars disappear, so do the teams... if the star is not well, the whole cast suffers.' - Pele
'The problem is that they are all stars in Madrid. You need someone to carry the water to the well.' - Diego Maradona

When The Ball Star Is Not Always You

It is winter solstice in the northern hemisphere. The earth's axial tilt is farthest away from the sun at its maximum of 23° 26'. It is the turning point from which the day starts to be longer than the night. It is however summer solstice in the southern hemisphere, during which the night begins to be longer than the day.

Note not everyone can experience same situation all the time, when someone somewhere goes up, another goes down. When someone is on his foot, somebody else is on his head. When a team got the ball, another is not having it. It is ok to miss the ball or not to be the star and be the water bearer. Athletes, salespeople, and politicians spend their days losing. Anyhow, the most notable winners usually encountered difficult loss before they champed and actually won because they resist discouragement by their defeats. Hey! Play well and want to win. This is not an “allow the ball to kick on you” post.

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