Most of us play to win, whether in games or life. So, what about all those loosers? For every winner there has to be some who loose. Are you a good looser or a bad looser? I saw an advertisement last night on TV where a race car driver gave a definition of a good looser. He said it was someone who had "never won anything" and didn't know what it felt like to win. I really hate to think that he is right, but it did make a little sense.
I consider myself a good looser. What is better than that is a gracious looser. Yes, I much prefer winning but would much better loose than have someone "let" me win. It isn't the winning but how you play the game, whether it be a fun game or the game of life, that counts. I do like to win and I like to better my own score in one player games, like computer games. Every time I complete a computer game, I say to myself that I could do better than that. Even if I complete all the levels, I still try to get a better score. I guess I am just competitive and love the game and love to better myself. Of course at my age it is getting much harder to do. Now, you all have fun time today playing the game of life, you hear?