I ask Sage a challenging question, and his insight opens windows in my mind for empowering awareness.
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From the Talmud - Pirkei Avos (Ethics/Chapters of the Fathers) 2:16.
French Voltaire’s phrase “Perfect is the enemy of good” is a quote from an Italian proverb from the 1770’s, that had roots in a phrase from the early 1700’s, that had roots in a common phrase from earlier centuries all the way back to Aristotle. Humanity has been struggling with this problem for a long while, and it probably explains a lot of the nuance we all experience. (Sourced from Wikipedia.)
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