He missed it again. He seems intrigued by the "try and try until you succeed" notion. I won't appreciate him for wasting all these years for something he has been repeatedly unable to secure. On second thoughts, when I think over the determination that has kept him clinging to such kind of a mental exertion for so long, it appears he's not ready to compromise for anything but the best. I am afraid he won't get another chance and worse the lot, it will make him question his self-potential. It is very difficult to make him understand that oppurtunities stand at different places for different people. Perhaps this is not the one for him. He is like the spider whose web gets endlessly wiped off existence by the housemaid's broomstick, but nevertheless, it never ceases to build another.