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Monday, November 21, 2005

Words To Live By - for a Monday

George Ambler, over at posts this quote from Eknath Easwaran, "Words to Live By":

"We all need warm, deep, personal relationships to thrive, but modern life seems to place such a small value on them compared with the high value placed on money and prestige and pleasure. It is so easy to be distracted and to fritter our attention away in countless ways, until we find we have nothing left for family and friends. By simplifying our lives, dropping less important activities, we allow more time for what matters most. But it is also essential to slow down our pace of living, so that we can free ourselves from the grip of time-driven thinking and behavior."

BOTTOMLINE: Something we should all consider during this Thanksgiving week.

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