Is good better than perfect?

Is Good is better than perfect?

Is Early & good is better than late & great?

I am still figuring the answer to these questions , but here’s an argument:

The nature of being prolific in any activity means the definition of good slowly changes.

Your good gets better.

But being late does not.


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