I remember seeing this quote and thinking, “This would make a good quote for a Friday post.”
It’s not so, so serious, and yet, it’s a good quote. One worth pondering.
How do we spend our “everydays”?
Do we take time for a little song? A good poem? A fine picture? Do we make the effort to speak a few reasonable words?
And here’s another thought: What would you add to Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe’s list?
One ought, everyday at least, to ________________________. How would you fill in the blank?
I’ll go first: One ought, everyday at least, to find a few moments of solitude.
In Your Words: How have your “everydays” been lately? What have you heard or read or seen or spoken that has been memorable? And how would you finish the sentence: One ought, everyday at least, to ____________________________.[Tweet “How do we spend our “everydays”? #lifequotes “]
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