- Oct 17, 2019
I remember three years ago, my math's teacher told me and my class something like "effort without the result is equal to no effort". I didn't like this cruel and result based narrative, but I think that it does make sense. I mean, what is difference of putting the effort into it then you don't get what you want and putting no effort and still don't get into it. If process is more important than the result then why? isn't this just a narrative that is used to comfort yourself to ignore the objective truth that you in the end didn't get what you wanted?