About a month ago I was present at a serious occasion I the reading of a will. I can remember one passage that particularly struck me. It ran something 56 this. "And I direct that $10,000 be 57 . to old William B, whom I have wished to help for many years, 58always put off doing so. " It 59 the last words of a dying man. But the story does not 60 there. When the lawyers came to 61 out the bequest (遗赠), they discovered that old William B had 62 , too, and so the 63deed was lost.
I felt rather 64 about that. It seemed to me a most regrettable 65 that William should not have had his $10,000 just 66 somebody kept putting 67 giving it to him. And from68accounts, William could have done with the 69 . But I am sure 70 there are thousands of kindly little deeds waiting to be 71 today, which are being put off" 72 later. " George Herbert, in praise of good intentions, 73 that "One of these days is better than 74 of these days. "But I say that 75is better than all.根据以上内容，回答题。