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On 13 April 1834 Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote in his journal:

We are always getting ready to live, but never living. We have many years of technical education; then many years of earning a livelihood, and we get sick, and take journeys for our health, and compass land and sea for improvement by travelling, but the work of self-improvement, — always under our nose, — nearer than the nearest, is seldom seldom engaged in. A few, few hours in the longest life.

(cf. RalphWaldoEmerson (5 Aug 2003), ...)

TopicLife - TopicLiterature - Datetag20061105

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