I am enjoying the Indonesian song “Yang terbaik bagimu” (The best to you) by ADA Band and Gita Gutawa. This song tells about the love of a father. I sing this song several times this night, with tears in my eyes. I remember my father, missing him so much. He is sixty six years old, but he still works hard to support my mother and my younger brothers and sister. He always gives the best to his family.
I love you so much my father. I will do everything to make you happy. I will do the best to you.
I also have a Heavenly Father who arts in Heaven. He loves me so much with everlasting love. I’ve promised to obey Him, love Him, do His will and His words, and keep faithful until the day of the Lord. I believe the Lord Jesus will come again to pick His children up.
After my previous posts ways to get traffic and busby seo test and dotcom secret, today I create a new post about the difference between The Winner and The Loser. Everyday we have conditions and situation that force us to choose: to be a Winner or a Loser. Sometime we don’t realize that we’ve become a Loser.
Here are the difference between The Winner and The Loser:
The Winner – is always a part of the answer.
The Loser – is always a part of the problem.
The Winner – always has a program.
The Loser – always has an excuse.
The Winner – says: “Let me help you do it”.
The Loser – says: “That’s not my job”.
The Winner – sees an answer for every problem.
The Loser – sees a problem for every answer.
The Winner – sees a green near every sand trap.
The Loser – sees two or three sand traps near every green.
The Winner – says: “It may be difficult, but it’s possible”.
The Loser – says: “It may be possible, but it’s too difficult”.
If you think like a Winner, you will act as a Winner. If you think like a Loser, you will act as a Loser.
So, what kind of attitude you want to choose? It’s all on your hands. My suggestion is: be a Winner!