EPelle wrote:If you try to fail, and succeed, which have you done?
Succeeded to fail.
Funny with that Winners never quit, and quitters never win
If one succeeded to fail, one must have tried.
If one tried and succeeded, one did not quit.
If one did not quit, and succeeded in failure, then is failure based on the opportunity to quit, and winning on the capitalisation of that opportunity?
If winning is seizing the moment to not quit, and quitting is taking the opportunity to not win, which is the greater loss
: Trying to fail and not quitting until you reach that goal, or quitting and failing to succeed in reaching that goal of failing?
I am confused