If you read a lot, then like me you encounter a variety of pithy sayings that are worth remembering.
The purpose of this “question” is to provide of place for them to go.
Let’s share the wisdom that we encounter this year.
Here’s one to get you started. It’s quoted by Mark Batterson in his book If.
In it he refers to something the Thomas Carlyle, a 19th century Scottish polyglot said.
“Our main business is not to see what lies dimly at a distance, but to do what lies clearly at hand” (p. 160).
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