On Actions: The Art of Doing

(  The Sword in the Stone   | tysmurph)

Do not brag over what is not yet done.

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In high school, I really liked this girl—let's call her Jane. Actually, I wasn't the only one who liked her, two of my other friends did as well. It had gotten to the point where the time for talk was over, it was time for action. We all decided to ask Jane out and see who she would say yes to. Guess who she said yes to? None of us, because none of us asked.

So this was my first lesson on the art of doing: one action is worth more than a thousand thoughts…

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