By Accident or Design

Tales of a Twenty something

It’s invariably easier to do the “less than right thing.” The irony of doing the tougher “right thing” is that it’s an illusion. It only seems like the right thing to do is tougher.

As it turns out, doing the wrong thing ultimately makes life tougher and doing the right thing always makes you feel better in the end.

—My wonderful father. 



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