In the senior high school baseball tournament, you cannot play the next game without putting all your energy into every game but in a professional game, winning or losing is determined by the total number. The same is equally true of life. Since everything will not go well, it is important to know where to win and where to lose. To do that, find such a form that "If you keep this, you can win." In real life it is difficult to read how things go, the writer says that all the more the form will become important. From "Two-sided Records of Life."
August 31, 2016
from “Oriori no Kotoba” by Kiyokazu Washida, The Asahi Shimbun