NEW YORK -- He may be on the verge of seeking the world's most demanding job, but former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) prefers to begin his days with his mind about as far away as possible from the campaign trail.
"In the morning, I generally take time to pray and sometimes that's at Mass; other times it's just at home," O'Malley, who is Catholic, told The Huffington Post on Thursday. "At home, I try to take 20 minutes -- half hour, if I can -- to read what I call 'good stuff.'"
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