Quote by Mahatma Gandhi: “Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the att...”
“Full Effort Is Full Victory” Mahatma Gandhi
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When I used to drive my son to school, one particular roadside advertisement always caught my attention. Perfection is a theoretical state. There is no such thing as a perfect circle. There is no such thing as a perfect tree. There is no such thing as a perfect day. And, as we know all too well, there is no such thing as a perfect person.
The title of this blog is from a saying by Mahatma Gandhi, “Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment. Gandhi is saying “effort” is more important than “success”. Gandhi’s theory is if a person makes a commitment to try and complete a task and sees out this.
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What does this mean? You are being true to yourself. That the effort you have expended in the completion of the task is your private victory. You may be the only person aware of what you have achieved but the victory is yours to appreciate. Give yourself credit and enjoy the fact that you have increased your commitment and stuck to your commitment and seen the task through. Gandhi is saying that it is okay to fail. It is okay to make the effort and not make a success of your task.