In any competition, there can only be one winner.
In many competitions, there is no question who the winner will be.
So if you stand no chance of winning, why bother competing?
Because if you’re anything like disabled dachshund Anderson Pooper, sometimes running the race is victory in itself.
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Sometimes running the race is not simply about winning.
Sometimes God even uses the slowest people on the track to inspire others.
You may not be the winner at parenting, exercising, selling, blogging or anything else you compete at today.
You may feel like a dachshund in a wheelchair who stands no chance at defeating the other dogs in the race.
It’s ok. You’re not always meant to be the champion.
Sometimes victory comes from losing a race which you never thought you’d enter in the first place.
Disregard your disabilities. Ignore the other dogs on the track. Keep on running the race today.
(Credit to Deadspin for the fantastic video.)