When an archer is shooting for funHe has all his skill.If he shoots for a brass buckleHe is already nervous.If he shoots for a prize of goldHe goes blindOr sees two targets –He is out of his mind.
His skill has not changed,But the prize divides him.He caresHe thinks more of winningThan of shooting –And the need to winDrains him of power.
Zhuang Zhou (369 BC - 286 BC)
AND THE NEED TO WIN DRAINS HIM OF POWER
Can someone go back in time and read this to me before the sixth grade spelling bee? Thank.
found @ 25 likes ON 2019-10-28 12:24:16 BY ME.ME