When he was a young man, Joshua Liebman made a list of the things he would like to have. The list was long and included such things as health, love, talent, power, wealth, and fame. He showed the list around, asking others for their opinion. A wise old friend of the young man’s family looked the list over and said, “Joshua, this is an excellent list. It is well-digested in content. It is set down in a reasonable order. But it appears, my young friend, that you have omitted the most important element of all. You have forgotten one ingredient, lacking which, each possession becomes a hideous torment, and your list as a whole, an intolerable burden.” “And what is that missing ingredient?” Joshua asked. The wise old friend replied by taking a pencil and crossing out Joshua’s entire list. Then he wrote down three words: “Peace of mind.” That young man, Joshua Liebman, later became the author of the inspiring book called “Peace of…
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