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Lose sight of


A reminder of end goals. Distracted from one’s original path. Over time one’s aspirations have been altered or distracted from their original course. Typically used to warn against a pessimistic outlook. (Compare to Lose one’s way or Lose heart.)

“I know business is slow but I don’t want you to lose sight of the fact that we have survived for 83 years as a company and we will get through this situation.”

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