What’s the difference between a hero and coward? There ain’t no difference. Inside they’re both exactly alike. Both scared of dying, or getting hurt. But it’s what the hero does that makes him a hero. It’s what the other guy didn’t do that makes him a coward.
Boxing trainer Cus D’Amato told that to a young and confused Mike Tyson as he was about to face a world that was going to put up a fight.
On Saturday January 25, I was somewhat looking forward to the weekend. Usual stuff that I do; watch anime, ride my bike, listen to music, and chat with friends. It should have been a more eventful occasion as it was a day to remind me that I’m only going to be here for a handful of decades before I simply cease to be (if being an introvert has any benefits, staying off the streets with reckless drivers could be one! Seriously, humans and automobiles are an odd pair…). You know, enjoy life while you’re still here, and all that. After a nice meal and a few laughs with my family, I settle down and relax at home, then think, “I should do that more often.” It wasn’t much, but it was turning into a memorable weekend. Then, it really did become a memorable weekend. Just not in a way I would ever hope it would. Continue reading “Justin Carmical is gone, but you can still play this”