Out for a run this morning, I watched a helicopter seed spiral out of a tree and land on the concrete.
Nothing will come of that seed. It has nowhere left to go.
But the tree has hundreds more seeds to drop, just waiting for the right breeze.
Any one of them might land somewhere that it might take hold and sprout, but the tree needs to keep producing seeds, regardless of where each one lands.
And that’s what I want to think about when I try to remember the importance of valuing the process and the habit of work instead of only valuing the end results.
Because a helicopter seed can spiral gracefully no matter where it lands.
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