Thursday, January 21, 2010

From the Commonplace Book

Perfection is not attainable in any aspect of human life but does that mean we should turn imperfections into virtues? - Thomas Sowell
Obviously the answer is, "No" but our culture seems to make a regular practice of turning imperfections into virtues.
Preferring productivity over leisure is a hallmark of successful people. - Amy Dacyczyn.
The usual caveats of what exactly is productive or successful apply, of course. But just as one example, have you noticed that the happiest retired people are the ones who keep busy?

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