You have to break a few eggs to make an omellette
- Destroying doesn’t necessarily mean in the true or the literal sense. Athletes that run in a race often overlook an injury of their competitor in order to win the race.
- In today’s challenging and competitive environment, only the “survival of the fittest” exists. In order to survive, one needs to break or tear some things.
- At times on destroying existing things, one can invariably devise or build something better.
-With changing environments in terms of inflation and economy, destroying becomes inevitable.
- It is often believed that a successful person is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks thrown at him. This way, he need not destroy anything or make any compromises.
- Some people tend to take the word “destroy” way to literally. This leads them to involve in a lot of unethical activities.
- When this strategy is adopted by a country’s president, it often leads to hurting the sentiments of a number of communities and leads to violence.
- If we’re not sure of our vision, we not just land up not achieving our goals, but also land up destroying what we have.
- Destruction for the most part, reflects a selfish attitude which cannot last long.
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