What does the saying 'A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush' mean?
It is better to already have received or achieved one thing, than to speculate that you might achieve several things in the future.
It means appreciate what you already have, rather than drooling over things you don't.
Enjoy your bird in the hand, not the 'better' two birds in the bush.
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