The journey or the destination
What is more important, enjoying the journey or reaching the destination?
Our goals or our habits?
Being present or being productive?
The process or the project?
The how or the what?
One focuses on action, on immediacy and on tangibility: what we do. It argues that action is more relevant than purpose, or said differently: purpose will reveal itself through action.
The other focuses on planning, on the future on the possibility: where we want to be. It argues that if you don't know where you are going, you end up nowhere.
For some reason, I'm instinctively inclined to the former, the journey, the process. But I may just be rebelling from a lifetime of goals and expectations.