It's Not Whether You Win Or Lose, It's How You Play The Game?

United States
June 19, 2010 6:32am CST
I have never understood that sentance. Recently I have become aware of youth soccer games that doesn't keep score. Huh? Isn't that like mixing all the ingredients together to bake a cake but not putting it in the oven ... because it's not whether it's raw or burns, it's how you make the cake? We get better in whatever we do because of the challenges brought upon us from competition. The nature of competition is to bring out the best in your opponent, and, in turn, your opponent brings out the best in you. Why would society avoid this principle in youth sports?
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