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Winning


Winning is giving your best self away
Winning is serving with grace every day.

You’ll know that you have won when your friends say it’s true,
“I like who I am, when I’m around you.”

You look for the best in the others you see
And you help us become who we’re trying to be.

Winning is helping someone who’s down
It’s sharing a smile instead of a frown.

It’s giving your children a hug by the fire
And sharing the values and dreams that inspire.

It’s giving your parents the message, “I care.
Thanks, Mom and Dad, for being so fair.”

Winners are willing to give more than they get
Their favors are free, you’re never in debt.

Winners respect every color and creed
They share and they care for everyone’s need.

The losers keep betting that winning is getting
But there’s one of life’s laws that they keep forgetting.

And this is the law you can live and believe
The more that you give, the more you’ll receive.

-Author Unknown

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