At the stadium, there are a lot of people watching, and a few people actually participating.

There are a lot of people who paid a little for a ticket to watch, and a few people who sacrificed a lot for the right to play.

There are a lot of people who go to be entertained, and a few people who go to make a difference.

There are a lot of people who grimace when an injury occurs, and a few people who take the risk to put themselves in harm’s way.

There are a lot of people who have their emotions influenced by the performance of others, and a few people who are impacted only by their own performance.

And years after the event, there will be a lot of people who will say, “I remember when I saw,” and a few people who will be able to say, “I remember when I did.”

You’re at the stadium.

Are you in the cheap seats, or on the playing field?

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