A boy takes his kite to the park to fly it at night. The wind is stiff, but he knows his kite is strong enough to handle it. He also knows his kite wouldn’t get the right lift without the wind. The boy runs into the wind as he lets out string and the kite sails into the sky. Isn’t this just like life? If we imagine being kites, wouldn’t we need wind to soar? And if life drags us the wrong direction, won’t we tumble and fall? And what of the wind? If it represented adversity, aren’t we stronger for facing it head on? We like what Winston Churchill implied about overcoming adversity in this quote:


A quote from Winston Churchill: "Kites rise highest against the wide, not with it."

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