There have been times where all of us have felt that what we do is not going so well and that we forget why it is that we do what we do.
In sport this is part of the discipline of learning to cope with the downs as well as the ups - and we all know that the ups take care of themselves. However, failure in sport is no more than that and there is a realisation that as long as one has done one's best at least one's own self-esteem can remain intact. No one else gets hurt!
For all of you involved in one way or other at SMART there is more at stake and that feeling of vocation that inspired you to do what you do and that will to help that keeps you going must both stay intact for the real benefit of others.
It's worth it and those of us who probably have little comprehension of just how tough it is and just what is involved would like to wish you well.