He was a champion. He was on verge of winning again. The final whistle was about to be blown. He just needed to stay on. Yet, a lightening thought struck his mind and he quit. He lost. The audience was aghast. Everyone thought; why? He preferred not to give an explanation. Though, in his mind he knew. Winning was an addiction which provoked him to play again. It was becoming a burden to manage the world’s expectations. He didn’t want to carry on. He wanted to pursue something else. Quitting was the only way to begin afresh.