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Every year, for as long as I can remember, my dad has gotten me a calendar for Christmas. Wall calendars, desk calendars—every year it’s something different based on current interests or hobbies. I love the tradition. For 2013, dad got me a quote of the day desk calendar, and I’ve enjoyed pulling off each page and reading the little blurb of wisdom before I buckle down and get some work done. Over the next couple weeks, I’ll share some of my favorites.
- December 14 – “The future is something which everyone reaches at the rate of sixty minutes an hour, whatever he does, whoever he is.” C.S. Lewis
- August 12 – “Sometimes you work for wages, sometimes not, but what does anybody make but a living?” Henry Ford
- January 10 – “Lick ’em tomorrow” Ulysses S. Grant