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Use It or Lose It.

I often talk to folks about what they want. I hear answers like happiness, more money, a better job, better health, etc. I often find myself caught up in the same desires.

Do I ever get enough of these things? The more I get, the more I want.

What is one thing I waste more than anything? Time. Time is a precious commodity I possess. It's a limited resource, and once it's gone, I can never get it back. Unlike money, cars, houses, or even friends, time is finite and irreplaceable. In the hustle and bustle of daily life, where I focus on accumulating material possessions and pursuing various goals, the precious commodity of time goes ignored. I must remember that the ever-flowing hourglass constrains my desires. The sand doesn't stop.

Considering the preciousness of time, I must also ask myself, "What do I want to accomplish?" "What do I want to do that I haven't yet done?" "How long am I going to live?"

Am I purposefully pursuing my dreams and passions, striving to leave a positive impact on the world? Or am I just going through the motions, allowing my days to slip away?

Time is a currency that can't be replenished, and as each day passes, it is one I never get back.

Recognizing the value of time can be a powerful motivator for change and personal growth. It encourages me to prioritize what truly matters and to seize the day with enthusiasm. It is crucial to invest my time wisely in experiences, relationships, and pursuits that bring fulfillment and happiness.

Time is my most precious asset, and it should be treated with the utmost respect. I am curious to know how much of it I have. By living purposefully and making the most of each moment, I create a life rich in memories, leaving a legacy of fulfillment and contentment.

Time is a gift with an expiration date on it.

How are you treating time? Do you have enough of it?

Watch for the blind spots.

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