It was until yesterday, I didn't know how to win. I met this old age gentleman who was observing vast green meadow sitting at a bench near dusk. I asked him how to win. He glared for a moment and responded.
He was a delicate old man with a tender look. There was an unmistakable eminence of pride on his face. It showed up as though he had been through a lots of ups and down in his life. It appeared he knew how to get a fish out of a solidified lake. He carried on with all his life in a little town which was joined by a vast woodland and lakes. The villagers would make living through selling goods made by the wood. He didn't achieve anything extra ordinary in his life. He neither discovered a life saving drug, nor build a super computer. He lived his life in the cold mornings, old books and beautiful evenings.
I asked him what I should do in life, He responded, do everything you want to, so you may not regret 20 years later for not doing what you wanted but were afraid of.
I asked him how to inspire, he responded, by the light of your character.
I asked him, how to live, he responded, by the truth, honesty and faithfullness.
I asked him, how to succeed, he responded, by beginning with certainty.
I asked him, how to influence, he responded, by having no difference in your words and actions.
I asked him, how to love, he responded, Observe mothers.
The gentleman then started to walk away. He held his steps in dignity and composure. I sat there and
observed the evening. These men who haven't gone to an extravagant school, haven't took a leadership
training, nor encompassed by group of intelligent men, are leader in industry which doesn't works on
profit but rather on building values. They prefer silence over long speeches. They are master of brevity
and lord of wisdom. They subtract themselves to multiply others.