How “Being” is Better Than “Being Better”

The clay molds the potter, the potter doesn’t mold the clay.

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[Sandeep Shande | Flickr | Modified]

[Focusing on “being better” is not the same as “being” better. Click To Tweet]

Being vs Being Better

[The sculpture shapes the sculptor, not the other way around. Click To Tweet]

Action Yields Perfection, Perfection Doesn’t Necessarily Yield Better Action

Seamlessness

Conclusion

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