Guilt, Worry, and Our Best Laid Plans

“The best laid plans of mice and men go often askew and leave us nothing but grief and pain”. In 1785, Scottish poet, Robert Burns wrote, “To a Mouse”, addressing the small creature as a fellow mortal.  In the poem, a farmer’s plow ruins this mouse’s nest in December, at the crack of winter.  He … Continue reading Guilt, Worry, and Our Best Laid Plans