Certain tasks have been accomplished. And I say this with the confidence of one who knows well enough that no task is ever actually accomplished, it merely remains there in a condition of uneasiness. Like a Hippo walking a tightrope.
The idea of "finished" is obviously absurd, unless a mind is either
capable of conceptualizing "not being here," or it is "wonderfully arrogant."
But I have noticed that sometimes a satisfaction can be gained from
translating "Yes! He is accomplished," into "Yes! He is