Charles Spurgeon

A philosopher has remarked that if a man knew that he had thirty years of life before
him, it would not be an unwise thing to spend twenty of those in mapping out a plan
of living and putting himself under rule; for he would do more with the ten
well-arranged years than with the whole thirty if he spent them at random. There is
much truth in that saying. A man will do little by firing off his gun if he has not
learned to take aim.

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