Pepe McD'inkleberg Nodriguez
Anyways, I've been thinking about this a lot lately, and came up with this idea: there is no try, because there is no failure!
How can there be no failure, you ask? Because you are never done! It's ALL a process and there's no finish line.
Do you remember when you learned to ride a bike? Remember when in the beginning you would wobble or even fall over? Well, that wasn't failing, right? That was just part of learning. And eventually, if you set your mind to it, you learn to ride it smoothly. Or maybe you decide you don't want to - you'd rather learn to roller skate or ice skate. Or maybe you decide to do it for a living and learn how to ride bikes in the mountains. Some just do it occasionally or even once just. But there's no fail or succeed - it's your choice.
Sometimes "Try" means "experimenting for the first time."
So these days, I'm trying not to say "try"…Whoops, wait! That's not what I meant to say! I mean to say: these days, I've decided to say "try" less often, because it often doesn't make any sense! I'm either doing or not. And it's my choice.