If you only listen to the "no's," you will likely miss the "yes's."
If you talk about "doing it better," you might not do it (or anything) at all.
If you always try to go faster, you might forget how to slow down.
If you are always looking for "more," you may become unable to see "enough."
If you always ask "why," you must always be prepared for "because."
But if you always need "because," you may never find the peace of "just is."
If you only focus on the numbers, you will likely miss the words.
And if you only focus on the words, you will likely miss the feelings.