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Knowing how to fight a battle and win (or lose with grace and dignity) is one thing.

Knowing what battles to fight is, perhaps, more important.

There are battles that help shape our identity.

Ones that teach us something.

Ones where we stand up for the things we believe in.

Ones where we try to protect the people we love.

And then there are battles where we are looking to conquer more.

Ones where we are mercenaries, a hired sword who's only in it for the gold.

Ones where we just like to see the other side burn.

Ones we engage in because there's nothing better to do with our time (that we can think of).

The battles we fight start with the stories we tell ourselves. 

If we aren't choosing the right battles to fight, we need to revisit the stories we are telling ourselves.

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