During her time as a cook, Sara Miles also worked with her brother David. She recalls some of the stories and lessons she learned during that time period, especially from the differences of style between herself and her brother.
""It's just a piece of quiche, David," I said. "So why not do it right?" he said." (page 26)
Some words or phrases in the English language allow people to get out of doing things well. One of those words is "Just." With just, we right things off as not needing our best, we discount how much those things matter. The dangers of the word "just" is that it allows us to not do things right because it doesn't fully count. How often do you use the word "just?"