Hunting two foxes

By Paulo Coelho

 
A student of martial arts said to his teacher:

 
‘I would like to be a great aikido fighter,’ he said. ‘But I think I should also devote myself to judo, so that I am familiar with many different styles of fighting. That is the only way I can become the best.’

 
His teacher replied: ‘If a man goes into a field and starts running after two foxes at the same time, there will come a moment when the foxes will go their separate ways, and the man will be left not knowing which one to pursue. While he is pondering the problem, the foxes will be far away and he will have wasted both his time and his energy.

 
Anyone who wants to become a master must choose just ONE thing in which to become an expert. All else is mere cant.’

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