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When an archer is shooting for nothing,
He has all his skill. 
If he shoots for a brass buckle, 
He is already nervous. 
If he shoots for a prize of gold, 
he goes blind or sees two targets – 
He is out of his mind! 
His skill has not changed. 
But the prize divides him. 
He cares. 
He thinks more of winning than of shooting –
And the need to win drains him of power.

~ Chuang Tzu



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