“Day, noun: A period of twenty-four hours, mostly misspent.” – Ambrose Bierce

What makes us not stop and take care of the simplest things, which when done would make our lives easier in the end? Think about it – we don’t stop to tie our boot that has the huge tassel getting under our feet. Why not take the time when it saves time in the end? Instead, we prefer to kick the tassel with each step and focus on the ground. We slow our step and walk awkward. Our inability to take time affects the pendulum in the lives of everyone intersecting our path: those we walk in front of; the halted car at the crosswalk; the cat chasing our tassel…and on and on. Take time to save time. It will increase your pleasure and, in turn, you’ll have more to read. http://www.10daybookclub.com/

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