July 27: Thoughts for the Day

The best time to think is early in the morning, that time of day when there’s no pressure to hurry along to the next meaningless attention-grabber.  That dawdling time allows one’s mind to wander into the crevices where thought rarely goes. Ideas that otherwise never poke their heads above the surface of the brain tend to emerge when there’s no urgency to have other, more practical thoughts. Early in the day, before the sun burns the haze from the sky, that’s the time to let the mind run free. Early risers see this remarkable wonder that others seldom see.  Late risers don’t see us as we frolic with the unicorn in a field of rainbows.

About John Swinburn

"Love not what you are but what you may become."― Miguel de Cervantes
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1 Response to July 27: Thoughts for the Day

  1. Oscar Wilde says:

    Hmmmmmm… Curious…

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