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From a Peanut Farmer, Submarine Commander and Former President

“Earlier in my life, I thought the things that mattered were the things that you could see, like your car, your house, your wealth, your property, your office.

But as I’ve grown older, I’ve become convinced that the things that matter most are the things that you can’t see – the love you share with others, your inner purpose, your comfort with who you are.”

– Jimmy Carter, 99 Years of Wisdom

What a great thought, worthy of application to work, home and everywhere else, too. Maybe it’s because I, too, am in my “later years” and have so much to look back upon, that it makes the important lessons so very crystal clear.

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