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In the nineteenth century there were candles, oil lamps, gas lamps, and electric lights. It was the century where Thomas Edison turned on the lights! He was supposed to have never worried about much of anything. He worked in a lab, and slept in a lab.  His wife, and his close friends would say how he would go to sleep for just a few hours, and wake up refreshed as if he had slept for eight or nine.  He was in tune with nature.  Keeping busy, and keeping his mind busy. No time to worry. The person who preserves history, or attempts it, has some of the same advantages. Worry, is a thing of the past when you have the past to think about…


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