anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the meaning of "Better a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without"? Please help..
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ucreategames
  • ucreategames
Many people confuse pursuit of continuous improvement with pursuit of perfection.
anonymous
  • anonymous
id pick a diamond that had a flaw over a flaw less pebble. its better to have something of value that isn't perfect then something that is meaningless but with out a problem.
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  • anonymous
nice explanation @janedoe100

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anonymous
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thanks @LonelyandForgotten
anonymous
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good response @JaneDoe100 i really had to think about this and i understand it now! thanks

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