It's funny how I find wisdom in words sometimes when that same wisdom has been visible by other means. There are so many settings where I seek wisdom in my daily life. Usually I try and absorb it from people I interact with. Lately, I've found it more often between the covers of a book or in articles I read online. Within the last two days, I've encountered the following phrase twice, and I find it fascinating since it's been in places I look for wisdom often. The phrase is, "Perfect is the enemy of the good." You've probably already heard it. If you have and you think, "Of course, that's obvious," then you didn't need the lesson that I did. For some reason, seeing it summed up this way is good for me, and had an impact.