Wednesday, March 12, 2014


Nothing is so wasted as is what we consider basic, mainly perhaps because it is.

Otherwise time would be cherished and others encouraged whether or not we feel like it.

Yet because both are basic (and abundant) we are indifferent until they are gone.

Only then are we prone to value each rightly.

Even then, however, the basic is wasted more than we admit it, to others and to ourselves.