the Earth will rotate on it’s axis 360 degrees,
and you will have completed what we call a day.
Time is time, no more and no less.
You or others, time will be the same for all.
What you do with the time is your choice.
Sleeping and eating are required by most people.
Working to earn food, grow food, gather food,
kill for food, or however you get what you eat,
is time that is necessarily spent.
Sleeping varies with every individual.
Man is a social animal so time must be spent with others.
You may choose your friends, but your family is yours.
Hopefully your family has taught you the appropriate
School, church, tribal meetings, extended family or
whatever your cultural or ethnic traditions dictate,
are all social learning experiences.
If Dad took you to the bar a few days a week to hang
out with him and the guys and gals, your social
education is probably very lacking.
Fortunately, social skills may be learned or relearned
at any age.
Move to a different country on a different continent and
you will learn to adapt to your new social surroundings
if you chose to eat and sleep.
Now, back to the time that is left over in your day.
“Life is not lost by dying;
life is lost minute by minute,
day by dragging day,
in all the thousand small
uncaring ways.” ~ Stephen Vincent Benet
Yesterday is gone, history, time spent, and can now be
used only as a reference for what you want to do today.
Tomorrow never comes.
Today is the day that must be the focus of your intentions.
Develop some personal habits and exercise some regular
social interaction in your daily schedule so that you may
live a fulfilled life.
A fulfilled life is one that completes the will of a Higher Power.
Today, put your attitude in a positive gear and enjoy life.
Practice your daily mantra of goodness; be kind, be loving,
be patient and tolerant, be forgiving and try to be the person
God wants you to be.
Be kind to yourself, sleep, eat, and be healthy
because if you are not physically and mentally and spiritually
up to par, you may have just wasted another day.
Be kind to others.
Negative feelings are unproductive and waste valuable time.
Resentments, anger, worry, fear, envy, nagging and complaining,
hate, regrets and other negative thoughts
are exercises in time wasting.
Trying to drown or stuff your feelings with alcohol or drugs
is a day wasted and memories lost.
Time is the most valuable commodity anyone can have,
learn to spend it wisely.
Be happy, joyous and free, enjoy life, time is short
and it is always fleeting.
In your day there is no time for could have, should have,
would have done this or that, only the time which you spent
doing what you did.
You may start your day over anytime you wish,
but remember “Father Time” will eventually make the
ultimate decision when the day is over.
Do not pass on the opportunity to do the pleasant little things
in life, you may one day look back and realize that they were
the big things in your life.
Remember, today is the first day of the rest of your life.
Happiness is helping someone help themselves.
ME and the Boss