…to my book – Good Morning: Your Guide to Utter Nonsense

In any language, “Good Morning” is a welcome greeting. A salutation between friends, colleagues, family and strangers followed with a smile, and sometimes, words of wisdom.
I have complied a set of observations, suggestions, and life stories – one for each day of the year – to inspire, energize and influence your daily life. I hope to provide answers to problems you encounter. I want to spark your creative spirit to fulfill your passions. I aim to incentivize your entrepreneurial spirit. I wish to improve your life.
“Good Morning” starts on January 1st with “Happy New Year”. For each subsequent day, I recommend reading the entry for only that day and not to jump ahead in the calendar. This gives time for quiet reflection. To discuss what is written with friends and family. I also suggest starting on the day you open the book for the first time. If it is April 14th or June 6th or October 7th, that’s where you should begin. Every entry is chosen for a particular day. Nothing is random. (And read February 29th only during a leap year.)
Now for the truth: Despite my lofty goals, I have failed. All entries make no sense, provide no real advice and are pretty much just gibberish. I sought meaningful expressions of hope and insight but ended with non-sequiturs and confusing conspiracies.  To be honest, I don’t even know what I’m talking about now. I don’t think I ever did.

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