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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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One may admit clearly and openly, I have not been able to achieve the ideal. But one should never attempt to justify one’s performance in terms of lowering the ideal—for success reasons, or for reasons of comfort, or for any other sort of reason.




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