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Mimir's Head

Mimir's Head

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Published by Chad Axe
Asatru/Heathenry
Asatru/Heathenry

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Published by: Chad Axe on Mar 07, 2012
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We are tested and challenged by others. The competitive
spirit is healthy and creates a dynamic and vital environment.
Through others we have a chance to see what good is and what
it is not. We strive to do our best, and seek to surpass others.
Each victory is a mile-stone and usually is a cherished
memory. Even at gatherings we have competitions. This
could be the best mead, viking wrestling, or a hammer toss.
Defeat must be accepted as well. It is a part of the process.
Each event is not the sum total of your life but one part of the
on going adventure. Defeat and set back are mostly inevitable.
The noble virtue of perseverance allows us to continually
retake the challenge. We learn of our weakness and then seek
to improve. This learning is important. To lose and not learn
is the worse of mistakes. Our competitors are often our best
teachers.

Sometimes, if there is no improvement, then it might be the
case that you are playing the wrong game. We each must set
ourselves to that task Wyrd has given. Make sure you know
the difference between this and simply giving up. So be it.

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