Yogi Berra, the Hall of Fame Yankee baseball player said, “It ain’t over til it’s over.”
Yogi Berra is a famous baseball player. Joe Gargiola said he was called Yogi because he walked like a yogi. He played, managed, and coached baseball. During a game, commentators often remark or ask if the game is over. If the score is 10-0 in the 7th inning, even though there are two innings left, they may say the game is over.
Great wisdom often appears as silly nonsense. Poor grammar can bend the minds patterns.
When you drive in your car are you thinking about where you’ve been, or where you’re going or where you are?
It is easy to make a mental jump ahead of the moment. This sentence is over at the period. [Not at the period.]
Yogi Berra was a great athlete. He knew each moment was its own. Each moment has its own life and its own opportunity, its own completion.
VERSE by Dairyu
Has it begun?
Is it over?
Whatever the score
The Yogi is ready.