Ben Franklin, Bhrigu Pankaj Prashar

Via Magazine.good.is

 What good shall I do this day? What good have I done today?


“If this daily list is any indication, the man of many hats—whom his biographer called “a harmonious human multitude”—never skipped a meal or a chance to enjoy conversation, music, and leisure. And he still got plenty of work done, establishing the first public library in the world, signing both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution—you know, founding our country—no big deal. But the best part of his schedule are the questions he asked at the start and end of every day: What good shall I do this day? What good have I done today?” Link to article.

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