click here to jump to start of article
Join Our Newsletter

Get latest articles and videos with Jewish inspiration and insights​

How I Met Your Mother

How I Met Your Mother

Is it whether you win or lose, or how you play the game?

by Staff

This video encourages the discussion of Jewish values as they relate to contemporary culture. Jewlarious does not endorse any particular film.

Give Tzedakah! Help create inspiring
articles, videos and blogs featuring timeless Jewish wisdom.
The opinions expressed in the comment section are the personal views of the commenters. Comments are moderated, so please keep it civil.

Visitor Comments: 9

(8) Anonymous, May 2, 2009 11:32 PM

I tend to be somewhat competitive by nature, but have found out that it is not always a satisfactory experience for one's ego. A teacher said not to worry, "there is place in this world for everybody". Whenever I have a low day I remember this and find that it makes me much stronger personally.

(7) Sigal, April 29, 2009 1:13 PM

I think its cute----a little humor for those who are too serious about WINNING.

(6) Derick Berold, April 28, 2009 11:35 PM

Its how you play the game

There is a saying by a famous master of the martial arts who said this The ulitmit aim of karate do lies not in victory or defeat but in the perfection of ones charactor Gichen Funikoshi O sensei' I feel it not if you win or lose in a game sportmanship is about your charactor and that you have fun its the same as the game of life there are so many times you win some lose some.Its how you play its how you apply yourself to the game are you a team member or just trying to be the main star player at the exclusion of everybody else. I think you a winner if you are a true sportsman if your Charactor is a winning one if you accept yourself and just enjoy the game. ITS THE PERFECTION OF YOUR CHARACTOR NOT IN WINNING or LOSING EVERYBODY HATES A SORE LOSER

(5) Nancy, April 28, 2009 5:48 PM

Earn your rewards

When I was teaching, my students had to earn their rewards. I think it is unfair to give kids kudos just because they are breathing. What kind of a lesson does that teach children?

Hannah, March 13, 2015 6:24 AM

Participation takes effort.

It's not for nothing.

See All Comments

Submit Your Comment:

  • Display my name?

  • Your email address is kept private. Our editor needs it in case we have a question about your comment.

  • * required field 2000
Submit Comment