Monday, November 10, 2008

It doesn't pay to be in a hurry

It does not pay to be in a hurry when we do anything. Take my case as an example. I usually act fast whenever I want to do anything. As such, I am not mindful and my toes become victims of my haste.

Last week, the fourth toe of my left foot knocked into the food of my wife in my haste to go somewhere. She stopped all right but my toed knocked into her foot. The result: fissure in the toe bone. Despite daily medication, the bone still hurts as I am penning these lines.

Many a time, my toes were grazed when I opened the wooden door whose lower edge did it.
Hence it doesn't pay to be in a hurry.

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