Aiming for goals

When aiming for goals, the distance one has to overcome looks pretty big. Yet, patience is usually a pretty challenging virtue. Hence, it is very tempting to keep your eyes open after shortcuts.

But wanting to climb up high too fast might cause you to fall promptly because it’s tough to hold on tight without a reasonable basis. As a consequence, time-consuming detours occur that can demand even more exhausting effort.

Once you have reached the summit, the path you have taken suddenly looks much shorter. Yet, this change of perspective harbors the danger of easily forgetting all the efforts needed to reach the final destination eventually.



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