What is the difference between WINNER and LOOSER?
March 9, 2007 8:03am CST
I can differentiate them like this: WINNERS HAVE DREAM AND LOOSER HAVE SCHEMES. WINNER SEE THE GRAIN AND LOOSER SEE THE PAIN. WINNERS MAKE IT HAPPEN AND LOOSER LET IT HAPPEN. WINNERS SEE POSSIBILITIES AND LOOSER SEE THE PROBLEMS. WINNERS MAKE COMMITTMENTS AND LOOSER MAKES PROMISES. WINNERS ARE A PART OF TEAM AND LOOSER ARE APART FROM TEAM. WINNER FIND AN ANSWER FOR EVERY PROBLEM AND LOOSER FIND A PROBLEM FOR EVERY ANSWER. WINNER BELIEVES IN WIN AND LOOSER THINKS SOME ONE HAS TO LOOSE.
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9 Mar 07
Some looswer are bad ones, but really in general, a looser does not really mean that he or she is a looser. A looser could be a winner in a way. If you loose, it doesn't mean that you're not a winner. If you loose in anything but trying to win, that makes you a winner. If you win by cheating, makes you a looser. Someone who looses but was trying really hard does not make him a looser.
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16 Mar 07
I think what makes you a winner or loser is the spirit in which the game is played and how you handle the feat or defeat. I totally agree with the last poster, so in my own words: a winner is not a winner if they have cheated to win or rub it in the opposing team's face and a loser is a still a winner if they played with all of their heart, trying their best and can take defeat without blaming anyone. In a team, they win or lose as a team... no one person should be singled out. Sometimes, losing makes you a stronger player because you will try even harder the next time around and can learn from your mistakes. If you win but aren't humble enough to say, "Good game!" to the team you've defeated then you don't really understand what being a 'good sport' or a winner is all about.