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Sometimes You Win--Sometimes You Learn
By jakey
10/18/2013 9:56:05 PM
I saw this book title while at Barnes and Nobles this evening. It made me think. This day, like days past and many to come, we will either "win" or have a choice to learn from our mistakes. We all make mistakes. Its part of life (as the trite phrase goes). The most important thing is that we keeping fighting.

Jake.

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Thanks :-)    
"Wish I could learn from the mistakes of others instead of my own, though. Argh."
posted at 03:15:00 on October 21, 2013 by Anonymous
Mistakes    
"I hear you. That would be preferably but it is sometimes unavoidable that we make mistakes. That is why we have the plan of salvation and the principle of repentance."
posted at 13:49:39 on October 21, 2013 by jakey


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