The fable ends with the moral, “Better one safe way than a hundred on which you cannot reckon”. Neema Parvini explores some of Hamlet’s key decisions in the chapter “‘And Reason Panders Will’: Another Look at Hamlet’s Analysis Paralysis”. The meaning of “The perfect is the enemy of the good” is that one might never complete a task if one has decided not to stop until it is perfect: completing the project well is made impossible by striving to complete it perfectly. Analysis, paralysis” appeared together in an 1803 pronouncing dictionary and later editions stating how those words are pronounced similarly. In 1928 at the General Convention of the Episcopal Church, Reverend C.