The fruit of tragedy

What is your fatal flaw?

Aristotle paraphrased:  “A man doesn’t become a hero until he can see the root of his own downfall.”

Every hero has a tragic weakness, a fatal flaw.  Too often it’s wrapped in pride – powered by ego.

Know the flaw that can bring you down.  Fix it.  Learn from mistakes.  

Errors in judgment, repeated day after day, and exacerbated by pride, ego and the need to be right bears the fruit of tragedy.  

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