1. Perspective and Choice

    Considering the long-term implication of our choices doesn't guarantee we'll always make the best choice. But it can help us gain a better perspective than we would otherwise have.
  2. Off by a Degree

    Little divergences here and there may not seem that significant. But given enough time, they have a way of adding up.
  3. Learning to Carry an Ox

    Taking small steps day after day may may not look or feel like much in the moment. But in the long-run, they could lead to something extra-ordinary.
  4. Useless Efficiency

    Efficiency can be valuable, or it can be pointless. It just depends on what you choose to be efficient at doing.

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