Great starts are easy, but the main focus is on finishing well.
Finishing well is an admirable goal, but how do you know when you’ve accomplished a fine finish? Are there measurable milestones? Is there a decisive factor for finishing? Criteria? Everything began has an end but not everything gets finished. Things that get completed don’t always finish well. Sometimes it is within our control, and sometimes not. At times, the knowledge that we have finished well is a simply a certainty in our heart and not something we can photograph. Quitting something that we should never have started in the first place is finishing well. Knowing when to cut losses is finishing well. Releasing something we love is finishing well. Hugs and tears and waves goodbye is finishing well.
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