This concept, though intuitive to some, appears to be counterintuitive for 20-80% of smart-to-brilliant students I teach. How can the idea of an object having non-zero speed while (balanced) forces act on that object, be conveyed without resorting to just a shuffling of physics terms to give a correct but unhelpful reply? In dealing with novice physics students, this can prove baffling for them. I seek a fresh restatement to inspire students to confront their misconceptions about physics and replace them with clearly true and better ones. I humbly ask for your help.