I have 16,324 unread emails and I will never clear them out.

Breathe into a bag and read on.

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Have you heard this story before? Your life is like an empty jar. Every day you fill it with big rocks, pebbles, and sand. The rocks are your priorities in life, the pebbles the less important things you have to do, and the grains of sand are all the time-wasting worthless indulgences. If you add too much…

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I love words and people and “…conversations that it seemed a sin to break off: the ones that made the sacrifice of the following day a trivial one.” — Hitchens

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