A Letter from Grandfather
… travel to places; learn a skill; master a language; meet someone special …
Don’t say “I’ll do it tomorrow”. That is the surest way to fail to do something. There is no tomorrow, and there is no “right” time to begin something except now.
I was doing backup of some files and found a snapshot of this particular letter in my disk. As slong I remember, it was from a magazine that I read at home, and I found this message was quite interesting. I did Google to find out the complete letter of the writer: James K. Flanagan. He was a vice president of research department of Rutgers University, USA. He wrote this letter to his five grandchildrens, months earlier before he got a heart attack and died. You might want to read the full letter here.
Rest in peace, Mr Flanagan.