What I’m Grateful For: Dirt Roads
I live miles and miles away from pavement, on some old gravel roads that wind through pine forests and along dramatic cliff edges. Now that the furnace of August and the choking smoke of September have passed, I’m trying to get out for an evening walk/run every day, with my trusty dog Sampson scouting eagerly for chipmunks and squirrels. This might be the thing that I am most consistently, recurringly and deeply grateful for – the miles and miles of long remote roads that I get to enjoy over and over and over again.
What I’m Reading: The Intellectual Devotional by David S. Kidder. One of the guys at Liondesk (and by the way, if you haven’t checked them out, DO! We have an API for their CRM and it integrates seamlessly with our new IDX and platform!) recommended this book to me and I am so excited about it! Each day of the week has a different topic, and each daily segment is not too short, not too long, but JUST right to get a good sense and overview of an important nugget of intellectual thought. Monday is History, followed by Tuesday with Literature, then Visual Arts, Science, Music, Philosophy and finally Sunday is Religion. GUYS THIS IS A MUST-HAVE if you feel that a little new knowledge every day makes life worth living (as clearly I do.)
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Quote I’m Pondering: “Reading furnishes the mind only with materials of knowledge; it is thinking that makes what we read ours.” – John Locke