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Written by Joe Slowinski   
Saturday, 23 September 2006

A funny statement on life.  This short article from The Cornerstone (Kegel) newsletter, February 2006, shows that we learn a great deal of life in our wonderful sport!

Everything I’ve Learned About Life, I’ve Learned from Bowling  

The Cornerstone (Kegel), February 2006

(* Used with Permision *)

 1.      We all have handicaps.

2.      Some people are honest in bowling yet cheat in life, but anyone who cheats in bowling, cheats in life.

3.      Even though you might not be the best bowler, you can always be the best that you can be.

4.      Success and failure are both temporary. Success is a lot more temporary.

5.      Although practice does not always make us perfect, no practice always makes us imperfect. You can always improve.

6.      No matter how good you are, there is always someone better, and that person will usually find you and tell you.  

7.      When you are good, you can tell people; but when you are great, they will tell you.

8.      Patience is a virtue, slow bowling is not.

9.      Don't touch other people's equipment.

10.    Choose your teammates wisely.

11.    Always keep a good grip on things.

12.    The best always make it look effortless.

13.    It’s sometimes more fun when you don't keep score.

14.    Good form always prevails in the long run.

15.    There are different strokes for different folks.

16.    Stay out of the gutter.

17.    Money doesn't buy talent or class.

18.    It is best to give advice in only when it is requested.

 

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