Freedom from Fatigue

There is a story that a young man passing by a farmyard noticed an elderly man chopping wood into stove lengths. Referring to the large pile of wood still to be cut, the young man asked, "Isn't that a lot of work for you to be doing?"

"Well, you see, Son," answered the other, "I don't tire myself out thinking about how much work I still have to do. I take one piece and tend to that, and then I take another and tend to that, and so on. First thing you know, the work is finished."

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