During a short stay in a cottage by the sea, Anne, a mother of five children and wife of aviator Charles Lindbergh, tackles timeless topics such as simplicity, marriage, and tending to your soul while meeting the demands of others. Her words are beautiful, simple, thought provoking.
Written almost 60 years ago, I was surprised to find Lindbergh had the words I have been searching for to explain my dilemma with social networks - she says this about the dangers of being stretched too thin:
but body, nerve, endurance and life-span are not as elastic.
My life cannot implement in action the demands of all the people to whom my heart responds."
Also, I didn't know until I picked up this little gem that Anne is the author of one of my favorite coffee quotes: