Doing Your Duty Without Pain

Do something every day that you don’t want to do; this is the golden rule for acquiring the habit of doing your duty without pain.
Mark Twain

What will you do today that you don’t want to do? I just procrastinated doing by editing work for two hours and now it’s time for my other job. I keep thinking I will outgrow this habit, but apparently not. Mark Twain seems to have the best quotes on writing.

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4 Replies to “Doing Your Duty Without Pain”

  1. I called my oldest friend (over fifty years) who I'd had a falling out with over three years ago. Yesterday I sent this friend an email to say we'd be wise to reconnect before we're no longer able to do so for some reason. And we spoke on the phone today at great length. This was wonderful for both of us. It was hard to do but I'm very glad I did it. –Nancy

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