“In life, the only real guarantee of survival is abundance.
“A farmer who calculates to need twelve bushels of grain for his food for a year and plants twelve bushels has cut back his chances of survival very markedly. The fact is, he will not survive unless some neighbor has been more prudent. For the grasshoppers will take part of the wheat. And the drought will take some. And the hail will take some. And the tax gatherer will take some. And what will he do for seed wheat if he intends to use all he plants for food?
“No, the farmer who knows he has to eat twelve bushels of wheat in the coming year had better plant a hundred. Then the grasshoppers and Internal Revenue people can chew away as they will.”
“Blessed are those who can give without remembering and take without forgetting.”
Writer, Elizabeth Bibesco
Your action for today is to send a thank you card to someone who has recently helped you.