Tuesday, December 3, 2019

If We Had No Winter

It is one of the oldest aphorisms in our common lexicon, but it is no less true for all of that: you can't really appreciate the good times if you don't get any bad times with which to compare them. Aside from the simple act of comparison, I believe that we would not continue to have good times if we didn't also have the bad. It is during the bad that we learn. It is from the hard times that we draw experience. It is not that we can't learn during the good, but that learning is more necessary and more driven during the bad times. Take the lessons you gain from the bad times and use them to safeguard the good.

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