There’s great risk in trying. You could fail. You could lose your life savings.
But, until you try, you will never know what you’re truly capable of. Greatness reveals through adversity – when you are tested, when your back is up against the wall, when survival is all that matters.
For those who have tried, on your deathbed, will you lay there regretting that you went for it and failed? Or, will you think, “At least I tried.”
I was afraid when I tried
So much on the line
But I overcame my fright
And tried with all my might
If I fail, I will know
That I gave it a go
What is life, after all?
But taking a leap, knowing you could fall
When you’re old and near death
Closing in on your final breath
You can look to the sky
And say, At Least I Tried.