Julia Nguyen
What do you think about this statement: The end justifies the means
May 25, 2019 10:39 AM
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It means that the things you did to achieve a certain result was worth it, because the "end" or outcome was good for you.

In order to get what you wanted (the end), you had to use a certain "means" of doing something.

For example, in order to lose 50 lbs, I had to exercise every day, stop drinking soda, and go to bed early. But the end (losing 50 lbs), justified the means (forcing myself to exercise and giving up my favorite foods).

May 26, 2019
Julia Nguyen
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