What distinguishes a great player is his presence. When he goes on to the court, his presence dominates the atmosphere.
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Learning is a daily experience and a lifetime mission. I truly believe in the saying "We work to become, not to acquire."
If you really have integrity, there are very few people who can insult you, or honor you.
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