Peace | Pride | Rest | Worry | Zeal

Webster also tells the story about one other modern fast lane type, Dick Jones, who lived as if everything in the whole community depended upon him. One morning he woke up early with a high fever. His wife called next door to a doctor friend. When he diagnosed that Jones had viral pnuemonia, he suggested that Dick stay in bed for several days but Dick complained, “No!, I’ve got a breakfast meeting at the school, I’m president of the PSTA Board, then I’ve got crucial business at the office, a luncheon date, and three very important dates this afternoon, and then the Building Commitee at church this evenening. There’s no way I can be sick today doctor. “I’m sorry,” says his doctor friend, “But Dick, I don’t know anyone who’s indispensable, and I suggest you stay in bed.” But at that very moment, as the story goes, Dick’s high fever sent him into a trance. And there in that trance, he…

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