I like his one from, "A Testament Of Devotion" by Thomas Kelly. How often do our lives get caught up in "muchness and manyness," the over scheduled world in which we put ourselves? Rather than cut down on the "much and the many," we tend to get resentful, blame others, judge others, but still try to get everything done. When we fail, which is often, we tend to feel guilty and judge ourselves as inadequate. We will try harder tomorrow. Rather than wait for a miracle to stop this pace of life, maybe change the label on the list from "Must Do, Really Important," to "Muchness and Manyness." If there is a God, there is only one of those, and you are not it. We will all die with books unread and things not done.