What is it about human nature that makes us think we will have more, later?
More time, more money, more anything?
When we put off reading that email until later when there will be "more time to deal with it," when will that be?
Same with saving money for something, or buying something. Will there really be more money in the next paycheck, or will it just magically stretch further?
There will always be more to buy, more to do, more to read, more to see, than any human can get to in one lifetime.
I don't like that fact, so I just don't face it. I put off until "later," and that magical later will not come.
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Shipwrecked Spanish conquistador Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca becomes the first known European to set foot in Texas, 1528
Spain grants independence to the Dominican Republic, 1844
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Colonel Jacob Schick patents the first electric razor, 1928
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