Wednesday Nov 10, 2004
You must be discerning.
The most direct route is not always the fastest or best route.
For example, if you want to drive somewhere in midtown Manhattan, the most direct route may be full of traffic. It might be better to go around the congestion to get to your destination, make better time, and place less stress on you and everyone else.
Go ahead; extrapolate this example into what you need to do now.