too much and too little, always choices, always fine lines. how much to push outside of comfort bubbles, how many times to try is enough, is it ever enough, is it ever good enough, how much is it worth, how much would you give up? trading spaces, trading water, treading treadstone, but cornerstones don't move. roots grow, but they mostly grow down. the largest, the most impressive, the lasting edifice of, of truth or beauty or awe, things that appear because of perseverance, because of dedication, a grand canyon wouldn't be around if the colorado river wandered more than it had over the last million years. Would the pyramids of egypt still be around if the architects wanted something different six months into construction? what if the 13 original colonies decided to be someone else's colonies and ended the revolutionary war? is it so strange, so foreign, so odd?
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