Time Is Not a Renewable Resource
Time has a funny way of distorting itself—sometimes she is quick as lightning, and sometimes she is slower than a snail.
When I am enjoying myself—at a party, reading a good book, or just having dinner with my family—time flies by. When I am doing unpleasant tasks, or just plain bored, time seems to slow down.
Yet no matter how I feel about what I am doing, time does not care—she just keeps marching on.
The older I get the more I wonder: What am I doing with this precious resource that is my life? Am I just passing time, or am I spending it wisely?
Either way, time is going to go by—and I will not get it back.
It makes me realize that I have to battle for my best today…and tomorrow…and all the tomorrows left to me.
After all, time is not a renewable resource.