In truth, the journey is irrelevant, except to yourself

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In truth, the journey is irrelevant, except to yourself

Whatever said and done, all philosophies of the world notwithstanding, what matters is the result.

If you are successful, no one really cares how. You got there. Let the congratulations pour in.
If you fail, no one really cares what you tried, or what you learned, or what services you rendered to others on the way. You didn’t get there. That’s all.

What matters is: did you reach, or not.

Perhaps that’s why they say the end justifies the means. As long as the end is attained (or even if it isn’t), no one really bothers about the means.

What matters is the result…

By |2018-12-10T11:16:58+00:00July 25th, 2012|As I see it, Attitudes|1 Comment

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  1. vadakkus July 27, 2012 at 3:13 pm - Reply

    This is why Batman (and Bruce Wayne) and most real heroes are always losers and the real villains are always heroes. Depressing.

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