Woods of Wisdom
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Got to Get It Over
You've probably seen a baseball pitcher who can throw a ball through a brick wall, but he can't throw strikes. In baseball if you don't have control you don't win.
That's true for all of us, not just pitchers. Self-control and self-discipline are vital to any man. A man must be able to control his tongue, his appetite, and his body and brain if he's going to :et anywhere.
A long time ago, a sportswriter named Grant and Rice wrote a little poem that expresses the idea well. The poem is called "Over the Plat" and t goes like this:
It counts not what you have, my friend,
When the story is told at the game's far end.
The greatest brawn and the greatest brain The world has known may be yours in vain.
The man with control is the one who counts.
And it's how you use what you've got that counts.
Have you got that bead? Are you aiming straight?
How much of your effort goes over the plate?
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