Chuang Tzu Story - The need to win

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  1. garry420

    garry420 Well-Known Member

    When an archer is shooting for fun He has all his skill.

    If he shoots for a brass buckle He is already nervous.

    If he shoots for a prize of gold He goes blind

    Or sees two targets – He is out of his mind.

    His skill has not changed, But the prize divides him.

    He cares He thinks more of winning Than of shooting – And the need to win Drains him of power.

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