Life is replete with paradoxes.
There is no success that obviates the necessity of further achievement. And yet man most ably achieves worth in ascribing absolute worth to transient thresholds of success in his own life.
Since it's impossible for man to do anything but his best, I implore the tender reader to refrain from doing his best, as such cop-outs are unbecoming. Instead, the tender reader should write down an impossible-to-achieve set of objectives. Then he should achieve them.
Worth requires no justification. There is no substitute for success, since worth is inherently so.
Beauty, justice, and goodness are aligned with truth.
Do not do your best. Do what is necessary.