Here are the reasons why we hate having the to-do list
· By Bill Keaggy on in Collecting & listmaking.
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“Throughout time, we have wondered who invented the wheel. We have glorified Edison for inventing the light bulb, Bell for the phone and Salk for the polio vaccine. But who invented the ‘to-do’ list? My hunch is the man who invented it was killed by, well, just about anybody. It was just one of those things. It was on someone else’s to-do list, and thus it was done. The murder was committed by someone who missed life before to-do got done. He hoped that by killing the inventor of to-do he could undo to-do, but he could not.”