We can become players, not just spectators.Once upon a time, a performer was walking along a rope tied across a river. He has also placed one of his sons on his shoulder. To everyone's surprise, he began to walk along the rope. The audience applauded and cheered. Meanwhile, he asked the audience, "Do you believe in my ability?" The audience answered in a loud voice. " have faith". The acrobat immediately responded. "Then give me a child of one of you. I will go over with him." The audience became silent. No one was ready for it.
There are two types of people. One type sits on the gallery and clapping their hands and the other playing on the ground. The spectators cheered and shout out for the victory of the team they supported. If his team loses, he will be disappointed and starting to judge the game without even playing once in the field. There are many advantages in being a spectator, not having to take part in anything, no need of having to sweat, not having to fail, not having to listen to the accusations of others, all you have to do is sit in the gallery with support and encouragement...
But, for players, there will be a long and tireless effort behind the one or one-and-a-half-hour show. The spectator's paradoxes are not enough to compensate for the efforts of the one who enters the field.
Why a life that ends only with seeing and hearing, without a commitment to anything? It is the excess of those who become one in the crowd that leaves society inactive, leaving no evidence of having lived. Let's try to be players without being spectators.