There is this one thing about the way that we must talk about.
It's that everyone keeps saying how the way is the goal.
Now, that might be very true for you - if you're on the way.
But let's keep practicing taking other perspectives.
Here's one: After the way has been walked, what will it mean to you given that there is an immutable outcome of the process? Is it still true that walking that particular way will mean more than the outcome? And how could you decide?
The truth is, it's always different, and it cannot be transposed or superimposed onto another human being. That's why it's your way and only your way.
Tell me: If you win an Olympic gold medal in canoeing, will anybody really believe you that all you wanted was to learn canoeing really well?