Thursday, April 1, 2010


Dried sundries display containers - “From reading too much, and sleeping too little, his brain dried up on him and he lost his judgment.”

One golfer had an absolutely horrible day at the links. His ball lay on an anthill and he swung viciously with a five-iron. Again and again he missed the ball and chopped away at the hill, killing ants and sending sand flying through the air. One frightened ant turned to another and said in panic, "We'd better get on the ball if we want to stay alive!"

So it is with all of us. There is a time to think, but also a time to do. There is a time to learn, but also a time to act. There is a time to gather information, but also a time to make de­ci­sions.

It's been said that knowing something doesn't make a difference. But taking what you know and doing something with it makes all the difference.

If you have been putting off that decision; if you've been procrastinating about beginning that project; or if you've never gotten around to pursu­ing that dream which never seems to go away, then this is your nudge to get on the ball. It's the only way to really live!

From Lifesupport.

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