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March 31, 2005

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DB

dear he sees yet another errant child

Sivin that guy read my mind

WK amen brother and 2 hours is even better

SB

Hmmm, what does God make of all this...

Sivin

"Margin" now that's what we're losing these days ... Here's something from the book,
"Margin is the space that once existed between ourselves and our limits. It's something held in reserve for contingencies or unanticipated situations. As a society, we've forgotten what margin is. In the push for progress, margin has been devoured. So we feel distressed in ill-defined ways. We are besieged by anxiety, stress, and fatigue. Our relationships suffer. We have unexplained aches and pains. The flood of daily events seems beyond our control. We're overloaded. In Margin, Dr. Swenson provides a prescription against the danger of overloaded lives. Focusing on margin in four key areas—emotional energy, physical energy, time, and finances—he offers an overall strategy for health that involves contentment, simplicity, balance, and rest."

wk

you sound like my dear, she always complaint about me setting earlier alarm but still snugging on the bed :-) One hour sleep can do much good ya!!!

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