Sunday, April 25, 2010


There is usually not enough time to do what is needed, even though there are only twenty fours hours given to everyday.

And the measure of waking, eating, and working are all in accordance of what time it is.

Though time is fleeting, a rush to catch up is a constant struggle.

So why do we make each minute so important to handling our lives?

Life consist of timeless thoughts, time outs for relaxation, time honored reflections, time worned past, and timely decisions.

If time is running out, there are time shares, but they are hard to cash in.

So looked at your calendar, schedule, day planner and time piece and see if you can do without measuring your life by time.

When your time is up, the clock stops.

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