Steadfast

Steadfast
We’re just a few days into the New Year/New Decade, and the made resolutions are …
As a word ‘steadfast” describes a present state, and as an additional word “steadfastness” portrays a lifestyle.
Steadfastness characterizes the lifestyle of a long-distance person who daily, weekly, monthly, and so on, keeps moving on.
While the hare moves quickly now from place to place, the turtle gets there in time!
“steadfastness in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.”
Keep at it!
The “Story The tortoise and the hare,” from Aesop’s fable taught this centuries ago.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeZe2qPLPh0
In an ancient text in 1 Samuel 2:21the author wrote this “You must not turn aside, for then you would go after futile things which can not profit or deliver, because they are futile

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