Right > Perfect

You can make a wrong right.

You can’t go back and pre-perfect the wrong that has passed.

We are works in progress, not works in perfection.

Perfection is about punctuation that marks an ending of something. Right is about a progression and continuation of that which is true and noble.

Perfection touts the finish line. Right boasts in the journey.

Doing, building, and pursuing what’s right inches us ever so closer to living a life that can one day look back with the hope and sense of perfection.

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