You can find the “inspiration” for the rhyme above here.

“You can only count yourself a true champion if you’ve won when challenged by the best, competed on a level playing field, and behaved unimpeachably.”

– Jason Paul Krech, March 26, 2016 – said to some of the “dance parents” at the WIAA State Dance Championships when some of the parents were encouraging those supporting one team to not cheer or clap during the performance of the top rival.

“So much of your life will be learning to trust things like intuition, experience, and guidance of others to help make the best decisions possible.  That makes it imperative that in the lucky few moments you do have real data and information, you take time to understand what it means and then use it to guide you.”

-Jason Paul Krech, March 28, 2016 – said to my niece and her boyfriend when, after providing the name and location of a restaurant with multiple locations, they ignored the information they had and went to the wrong location.

“Be careful of anything which contains absolute statements, from newspaper articles to people.  Such absolute statements are never made in the measurable discipline of science, so they have no place in the unmeasurable complexity of our civil discourse.”

-Jason Paul Krech, March 28, 2016 – said to my nephew after he posted a much  debated article which was very quickly criticized for factual inaccuracy and contained the title “Why America’s youth are right about ________.”

Thoughts?  Let me know, down below.

Posted by Jason Krech

Faith, accountability, and dismissing any notion of being flawless are benchmarks of cool people. (Opinions are my own and represent no organization, corporation, or other entity I may be affiliated with.)

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