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On Procrastination

   One of these days is none of these days.


   What may be done at any time will be done at no time.

   They whose work hath no delay achieve Herculean labors.

   Many undo themselves by delays; they think to do that hereafter 
     which they never live to do.  Practice is the life of all.

   Thoughts of work without attempting 
     Bring moodiness and despair;
   For a man may swim in the waters, 
     But he cannot swim in air.
                        Thomas Lynch

   Good is best when sooneth wrought;
     Lingering labors come to naught.

   He that surely doth at once the matters to be done 
     Hath not himself to blame for any ruinous delay.

                                      M. Tupper

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