Don't confuse indentation with positioning (retreating doesn't always mean giving up)

With each passing day, we face different struggles, some bigger than others. It is up to each of us to know what to do next, if we are going to give up or face it.

Don't confuse indentation with positioning (retreating doesn't always mean giving up)
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With each passing day, we face different struggles, some bigger than others. It is up to each of us to know what to do next, if we are going to give up or face it.

The problems of many because of pride do not accept to retreat to a new position, although they know they are losing, they continue to make the same mistakes.

If you are an intelligent person, you will step back to make new plans and organize yourself better to keep fighting. Therefore, my friend to retreat is not to give up, but to assume a new position of struggle, which is to grow.

Personal growth is knowing when to stop and take a new position.

I pull back not out of fear, but when I don't understand a problem, I stop to try to study things and keep fighting again.

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