By default you can borrow books from the library for four weeks. Even if you renew the book and get another four weeks it may not be enough time to appreciate this book as it is intended. The bulk of Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski‘s Living Each Day is made up of daily inspirations and prayers. The calendar is of course, following the Jewish year, starting with Tishri 1. For each day there are two short (2-5 line long) quotes from one of three sources: sages, prayers, or scriptures. They are followed by a slightly longer, 3-5 paragraph, explanation serving as food for further thought and contemplation. It is possible to read through the whole book as any other book, but I suspect you get more out of it, if indeed you take one a day. It may seem that I talked against the interests of the library, discouraging you to borrow the back. Far from it, I am sure that just by looking at a few entries and meditating on their meaning and that they can mean for you personally you will benefit.
Here is a segment assigned for today, Sivan 16.
Prior to the death of the Maggid of Mezeritch his disciples asked whom to choose as their spiritual leader. The Maggid responded, “If you look for a spiritual leader, test him by asking for advice on how to rid yourself of vanity. Anyone who recommends any technique to achieve this is not qualified to be your leader. The one who says that he cannot give you any method and that you must pray to G-d to spare you from vanity, he is your true leader.