The electric unit, whatever it may be, but certainly infinitely “small,” may ultimately win man’s fight against his most deadly enemy, the invisible enemy.
Regret for time wasted can become a power for good in the time that remains. And the time that remains is time enough, if we will only stop the waste and the idle, useless regretting.
Topics: Time Management, Value of Time, Disappointment, Time, Regret, Remorse
Spinoza, greatest abstract philosopher, left his sister a bed and a small silver pen knife, no money, no land, no house, but his thought has taught the world’s greatest thinking men.
Get away from the crowd when you can. Keep yourself to yourself, if only for a few hours daily.
The fence around a cemetery is foolish, for those inside can’t get out and those outside don’t want to get in.
Wondering Whom to Read Next?
- Brenda Ueland American Journalist Memoirist
- Shana Alexander American Journalist
- Heywood Broun American Journalist
- William Allen White American Editor
- George D. Prentice American Journalist
- Ambrose Bierce American Journalist, Author
- Marilyn Ferguson American Author
- Nathaniel Parker Willis American Poet, Playwright
- George Horace Lorimer American Editor
- E. L. Doctorow American Writer