Where and How We Spend our Time May Define Our Character

Every person, rich or poor, famous or unknown, have more or less 15000 minutes a day, 170 hours in a week, and 8,800 hours in a year.

Time is one of life’s most significant values. We all must exchange a tremendous amount of precious, never- to- be recovered time for everything we do. Yes, absolutely everything!

A proper attitude toward time may not mean that we should try to pound so many activities into each day. Jesus presented an undemanding perspective toward time: “I have brought you glory on earth by completing the work you gave me to do (John 17:4). Do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own ( Matthew 6:34).

May our daily aspirations be geared towards living in creativity where life is happening. An attitude of being consistently and genuinely “present” is the doorway to personal and eternal awareness.

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