It’s difficult to imagine a time before computers – say in the medieval times, where scribes dutifully copied ancient works. Long before the printing press, few people had access to the ancient knowledge and almost no one had a Bible or Koran in their home. We have so much information at our disposal today, everyone becomes a specialist. Whether your specialty is management, marketing, accounting, finance, education, operations, production, or any other noble endeavor, it is critical that you remain current in the practices of your field. This is not easy when so many things compete for our attention – especially our families, the practice of our faith, numerous household and yard chores – not to mention the occasional opportunity to catch a football game or a soap opera. Our most important responsibility in this lifetime is to make ourselves the best that we can be, gaining insights into the reasons and purposes of our lives.