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Be like the "Little Engine that Could" and attain for yourself and others.
In reading the fourth and final verse of Thinking by Walter D
Wintle I’m reminded of two stories which I remember from childhood, The Little
Engine that Could and The Tortoise and the Hare. We may think of these as
children’s books and they are but they are also adult’s books and we should we
them to ourselves once in a while to be reminded of, and to use the wisdom of
the pages. We can also read stories of great battles won and lost, either real
battles fought or those battles that we all have and must conquer in the
social, emotional, physical, recreational and financial areas of life.
The Little Engine that Could (you can download a free pdf* at my
webpage and read it to yourself and the children in your life) is a marvelous
story of hope and victory.
I just took a moment to read it again, using emphasis of the
words as if I were reading it for the first time and to my children as I
remember doing when they were growing up. I must confess that this sentimental
being had tears in my eyes when I finished. My eyes watered because I know of
people who act like the indignant engines who say “no” today when they could
easily help those in need and because I am deeply moved by others who think
they are unworthy, who think that they do not have what it takes in talents and
skills but give it their best shot and later rejoice with those who are
involved in being victorious; just as the little engine and the toys in the
Then we read about the Tortoise and the Hare. (You can get a
free pdf* of this also at my webpage). The story speaks of persistent and consistent effort and although a runner may
not be the fastest (or strongest), he (or she) who stays in the race (and also
thinks they can; thinks they can) will ultimately “win” the race!
Thinking by Walter D Wintle
Verse 4 of 4
Life's battles don't always go
To the stronger or faster man,
But soon or late the man who wins
Is the man WHO THINKS HE CAN!
There are plenty of "successful" people who have achieved their successes later in life. Most people know about the Colonel of the KFC chain, and Grandma Moses. Sometimes I wonder if I've achieved my success later in life because I read and knew about these late in life achievers; maybe I should have read more "early earners" success stories!
Regardless your age; young or younger, I suggest that you heed the wisdom in the two children/adult stories I shared today and remember that the person who wins is truly the man or woman who THINKS THEY CAN!
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