You hit a point. You decide to fight, or lay back. If you lay back, you must go back and work on the same foundation, and adjust to the same level again. If you fight, you can get to a point. It might mean half way there, or partly there, or all the way. You fight. You can get exhausted. You might even need time to recover. The point is the point. You decide what point. That point means you push to a goal. Is it the goal? It all depends on the point you’re trying to make. Is there a point? Only you can know. You have to fight, though, or lay back. There is always recovery. There must be a point. Fight to point, or lay back to make a point. It’s your point. You decide. You decide. Again, you decide.