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The danger in both cases is in limiting one's efforts to the single path. It may invite disaster to give up trying to improve character just because one has taken to the Short Path. Yet it may invite frustration to limit one's efforts to such improvement. The wise balance which philosophy suggests is not to stop with either the Short or the Long Path but to use both together.

-- Notebooks Category 23: Advanced Contemplation > Chapter 5 : Balancing the Paths > # 160

-- Perspectives > Chapter 23: Advanced Contemplation > # 21