La publication ci-dessous en anglais, a probablement déjà été vue des centaines de fois sur les réseaux sociaux et cette version vient d’un réseau professionnel bien connu. Comme la chute concerne le mérite, cela m’a immédiatement fait penser au FT8, ce mode qui permet d’engranger des contacts en faisant travailler un ordinateur, un logiciel et une carte son, et souvent, sans même avoir eu le mérite d’avoir réussi soi-même à paramétrer le tout — les forums regorgent d’exemples à ce sujet.
Profitez, c’est cadeau…
“In a race, (see video at the end of te text), athlete Abel Mutai representing Kenya, was just a few feet from the finish line, but he was confused with the signage & stopped thinking he had completed the race. The Spanish athlete, Ivan Fernandez was right behind him & realizing what was happening, he started shouting at the Kenyan for him to continue running; but Mutai didn’t know Spanish didn’t understand. Then the Spanish pushed him to victory. A journalist asked Ivan, “Why did you do that?”
Ivan replied, “My dream is that someday we can have a kind of community life”. The journalist insisted “But why did you let the Kenyan win?” Ivan replied, “I didn’t let him win, he was going to win”. The journalist insisted again, “But you could have won!” Ivan looked at him & replied, “But what would be the merit of my victory? What would be the honour of that medal?
What would my Mom think of that?”
Values are transmitted from generation to generation. What values are we teaching our children? Let us not teach our kids the wrong ways & means to WIN“
Via Birad Rajaram Yajnik