Fire-breathing

Sure, passionate strength of conviction is the beginning, but the end is always full realization. I named this article partly after a “Monopoly” game term like “Community Chest” to say, life is a game and playing it like it is always a championship is breathing the fire into it. What is realization ultimately but the goal we have as well as the game we play for our own genuine deep profit. We all play to achieve realization. We all play to win. That is the big point of this article.

If we play to lose, bury those bones now, because there is not any point to losing or breaking even. There is always a point to achieving goals happily. Sadness, without matter to how you put it, is losing or breaking even.

Think about this fact for a moment: The power of achievement comes down to really winning what we want, losing and breaking even are just excuses. Because when you really want it, all failure is temporary and transitory. Sure, I am making this article also to fill in any blanks, but also let you do your own thinking and action productively with what I say here and between the lines.

To play “prisoner of love or hate” or “captive of failure or loss” foolishness with life is detrhymental to any goal. I remember when my Godfather Simon Chuckster (Charles Edward Simmons) told me, “all that is good is good and there is not any substitute”. How real, honest and true that is. When I say prisoner of love or hate or captive of failure or loss, I mean vengeance, cupidity, foolishness and the like; it is that simple and that complicated. When you are focused, you only have time to win without matter to what the temporary failure is. Think about that, and act on it when you understand it fully!

So, when I use the phrase of my Godfather, “All that is good is good, and there is not any substitute”, here is what that is code for revealed in the final part of this article: Winning when done right is permanent, losing when done right is temporary, and not permanent as there is not any substitute for good. Understand that principle, and you understand my “insufferable” attitude like Elijah McCoy, James Jerome Hill, Henry Ford, Marcus Garvey, Walter Chrysler, Louis Pasteur, Malcolm X, Christopher Columbus, Nikola Tesla, and all of the great ones had. When looked at that way, evil is temporary, good is eternal and immortal. Alternating current electricity motors, cars and all other values are more eternally sound than even the most flashy political program that can be instituted by kings, politicians and power mongers. There is nothing genuinely insufferable about value, but there is always something genuinely insufferable about doing what does not work over and over, until you learn from it and do better. So, all that is good is good and there is not any substitute. Think about it, read it any more, and then act upon it. Fulfill yourself. That is where I leave it at. Fulfill yourself.


About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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