Serious living

It's strange, isn't it, that when we're living along in a conventional way, we're apt to think and talk a lot about minor slights and indignities, shortcomings of family members, wanting more time, needing more money.

The ordinary human being seems to spend extraordinary amounts of time in this litany of complaint.

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"The bread of life"
December 5, 1988
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