Savor or Savour — enjoy slowly, relish, appreciate in entirety

Savoir (french)— to know how to do something or knowing something by heart, through mental ability or through a learning process

Savior or Saviour — a redeemer, a champion, a rescuer

Saver — a preserver, one who delays the immediate for the sake of the future

The results of hard work, the reapplication of failure and discipline to forgo immediate satisfaction for the promise of growth — to learn how to perform with confidence of execution, to chase perfection in a measured way is
the practice of appreciating the entirety of the problem, the parameters of creation, transformation, the environment to flourish.

Somehow they are all the same, and yet so very different.