Occassional thoughts about orienteering
Friday, October 10, 2008
Perfection is not an end but rather a directionHe'd gotten here by the relentless pursuit of perfection. He had always sought perfection, but he was careful to clarify for me on that summer evening that perfection is not an end but rather a direction. "Perfection doesn't exist," he'd said, "because once you reach it, it's not perfect anymore. It means something else."
Any guesses about the source of the quote?
Orienteer? Race car driver? Professional golfer?
I'll put the answer as a comment.
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