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Just A Thought

Posted 1:21 PM ET | Comments 4
There are many singular things in the world today. There is one Great Wall, one Pope, one U.S. President. For some, there is only one G-d.


Things that come in ones are accorded great importance and respect. They are constantly being sought after like a hidden treasure. The amount of hard work, effort and sacrifice it takes to get to one of these singular objects is immense and sometimes unbearable.


But when one overcomes these obstacles and acquires one of these treasures, he or she feels a joy that is unrivaled by any pleasure in the world. Nothing of that sort comes easy but that just makes it all the more sweet.


There is only one thing that requires a year long commitment, that requires sacrificing your entire body, day in and day out. That in its pursuit, you wake up every morning covered in sores and bruises.


That no matter how hard you may pursue it, only a select few will be successful in reaching it. And everybody else is left in misey, only to begin the hunt again the next year. Only this can motivate thousands of people to join together, to lose their voices, to cry their eyes out












THERE IS ONLY ONE STANLEY CUP
Filed Under:   rags2riches   stanley cup  
October 19, 2007 1:46 PM ET | Delete
October 19, 2007 1:49 PM ET | Delete
I thought you were talking about the golden snitch. (sorry for the empty post). Hopefully this bucks up your fellow Rangers fans. I love the fan salute at the end of each home win. Makes me dislike them a little less and respect them a little more.
October 20, 2007 2:55 AM ET | Delete
Well R2R, fortunately, it resets at the beginning of each season for most of us (29 out of 30 sounds about right) - our teams start over with a clean slate and we wish and hope again. Thanks for the great pictures.
October 20, 2007 10:39 AM ET | Delete
good job dude. once again!
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