THIS IS AN OLD TALE OF TWO LUMBERJACKS
by Philly P.
Two lumberjacks set out to see who could chop the most wood in a 24-hour period. One grabbed his axe and started swinging away as hard as he could. He went non-stop for 24 hours, and had quite a pile of wood at the end. The other did the same, only every hour he would stop, take a break, come back and chop some more trees.
At the end, the second lumberjack’s pile was much bigger. The first guy who worked the whole time without a break was shocked. How could it be that he whacked the trees non-stop and ended up with less wood? When he asked the other guy how come he ended up with a bigger pile, his answer was simple, “Every 60 minutes, I would stop and sharpen my axe.”
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