That Python is more focused on the structure rather than on accomplishing something productive!
I find the opposite. I can program something in python in 2 hours what would take me 2 days in c/c++, with the speed being irrelevant. My first choice language is to use python, because of how quick it is to write something. I would indent c/c++ code anyways for readability the same way I indent in python, just without the brackets. As a result just from this there are a huge number of unnecessary lines removed in python. The indentation being mandatory for defining blocks of code. This can sometimes be a hassle, but more times than that it is a blessing. Which makes it worth it. This makes it more easier to read and causes less forgotten brackets (or semi-colon terminating the line) , or a jumble of multi-indent brackets causing confusion. There are a huge number of other things as well.
So all in all i find i can produce more programs out in python than any other language.
Probably a result of letting anyone contribute anything, and never being finished with the language!
Most language now evolve with the times. Even C++ has come up to the times with their modification of the language c++11 and soon to be c++14. Some of these modifications actually remind me of python. For example: The for_each loop that use to be available only in 3rd party libraries in c++, are now integrated into the standard library for c++11, but the whole thing just mimics python's for loop. I dont see a language as ever "done".