Every journey with peaks and valleys has its slopes.

We spend more time on slopes than in the two extremes.

We are either struggling to reach new peaks or struggling to get out of old valleys.

You can only define a peak or a valley if you can see the end.

When vision is constrained, it is impossible to know whether you are on a peak or in a valley.

But you cannot miss knowing if you are on a slope, even without vision.

A slope is always uncomfortable enough to trigger action.

– Osasu Oviawe

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