28 thoughts on “Daily Quip

  1. Murphy's Law

    Well, I don’t want to be mediocre, but I can’t say I aspire to greatness. I’m content if I believe I did the very best I could. Hmmmm, maybe that makes me mediocre!
    Ginger

    Think positive. Test negative.

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  2. Dan Antion

    Without mediocrity , we wouldn’t know what greatness is. I always remember the fictional town of Lake Wobegone, “where all the women are strong, all the men are good-looking, and all the children are above average.”

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    1. quiall Post author

      As long as you try your best and that, to me anyway, means you’re striving for excellence. I may never reach it but I will always try for it.

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    1. quiall Post author

      Mediocrity is not bad. And success should never be measured by a dollar sign. But I hate it when people settle for what they have instead of striving for what they could have. Of course, if they’re happy that’s all that matters.

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      1. Garfield Hug

        Aaah yes the complacent folks. So long as they do not look for handouts and work diligently for a living. Other than that, I dealt with such staff as complacent and enjoy their spot as if is. I look at them and smile….it is your choice and don’t blame society if it goes awry.

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