Monday, April 27, 2009

The straight line is not the only best way

There are many paths to reach a point. Although the optimus path is the straight line, or straight-like lines, there are also many other paths: long, curly and puzzled paths.

Normally, the easiest and most possible/feasible of all paths are any of those long, curly and puzzled ones, because there is always something, how to say it, something that proves the straight path is not best one, after employing common sense.

There will be always a big obstacle in the straight path. If that big obstacle is not present, then either the point to which you could arrive does not worth too much, or you have passed the obstacle without noticing it. "Measure your success with the sacrifices you did to achieve it."

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