|Slow and Steady Wins the Race|
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Success is the output of hard labor. Success may not come at the very beginning. We often see a parson fail though he is intelligent and has abilities. We also sometimes see that a person of average abilities becomes successful. The different success lies in the different ways in which the two persons set about their works. The failure of the intelligent and able man is due to his want of steadiness and perseverance. Perhaps he did not exert himself as much as required, thinking that his intelligence and abilities made it unnecessary. So perhaps he took up too many works at the same time, dividing his time and energies among them. The result was that he could not do any of his works well, The successful man of average merits, on the other hand, took up only one thing at a time and pursued it steadily with keen and undivided attention. It is his steadiness with undivided attention that brought him success. The well-known story of the Hare and the Tortoise teaches us the necessary lesson. This is why slow and steady wins the race.