Do you think the balance between devotion and payback is necessary?

August 1, 2009 12:25pm CST
I think this is a topic we can't avoid. Nowadays more and more people want to get something without doing something. We often say "No pains, no gains." If we tried hard to reach a goal but failed, we feel bad. I always think if there are some who won't regret what they have done on the grounds that they fail to live up to their expectation. what do you think of this?
1 response
• India
1 Aug 09
Hi, friend. You seem to be new to mylot. First of all, welcome to mylot. Well, I believe that the balance between devotion and payback is not just necessary, but is natural and is bound to be there. So, you always get something useful for what you have paid. The difference is that some people know how to use what they have got, while others just cry saying that they have not got their reward. Even if you fail to achieve the goal you set for yourself, still you get somethinh in return, and that is the experience. So, then you will know what mistakes you have committed and will not commit them in future. Isn`t that a reward worth of your hard work? So, i believe that if we fail, it is good to start up for better taking what you have gained rather than wasting time in mourning on what you have lost. Happy Mylotting!!
• China
5 Aug 09
Your opinion is very reasonable. And thanks for your response.