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What is the meaning of "Better a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without"? Please help..

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  1. LiliaKarina
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    I guess it means that even if something nice has a little fail, it doesn't matter too much, because the fail can be removed. And in something ugly, is not as valuable as that

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    I was thinking of something like this Achieving something great or difficult with some flaws in it, is better than achieving something which is easy, perfectly.

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  3. LiliaKarina
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    Of course, that also works :)

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  4. abdul_shabeer
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    Thanks a lot :)

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    Sure

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