When I was in grade school, I started making lists. My to-do list of things to do outline my day in no real importance, noting I had school, then after-school practice, then homework, then perhaps some chores I needed/was required to get done.
Sometimes we struggle to get to, and then stay where we are. It’s hard to remember, after all the hard days and long nights we’ve all put in, that whatever we all do is not about keeping up with the Joneses. It’s about being better.
Do you remember the very first telephones? If you’ve seen the grainy black and white footage, you remember a bunch of operators sitting in one room, patching people through to who they wanted to be connected to. Thanks to technology, our phones connect themselves. Even cooler is that many different devices can communicate with each other when connected to a central hub. This hub is a Network and you can build one for your own house very easily
“If there was one word that could act as a standard of conduct for one’s entire life, perhaps it would be thoughtfulness” – Confucius