Carl Jung was a world famous psychologist who studied human behaviour at great length and shared many thoughts on why people do certain things. Many people made appointments to see him. One day a wealthy lady phoned him to request an urgent appointment the next day at 3 pm. He said it wouldn't be possible because he was committed to an important appointment at that time. The following day the same lady happened to be in a boat sailing past his garden which led down to the shore of the Lake of Zurich. There she could see him, sitting on a low wall with his shoes and socks off, dangling his feet in the water. She was angry that he had lied to her and that he had no appointment at all. She arrived home and rang him straight away: 'You said you couldn't see me because you had a very important engagement. But I just saw you now doing nothing and sitting on the shore of the lake by yourself.' He replied: 'I told you no lie. I had an appointment. It has been the most important appointment of the week, an appointment with myself.'
Have I made an appointment with myself today or indeed for the coming week?