My Life with God

When Did Time Become A Trap?

photo-1431499012454-31a9601150c9I recently read, “Each slow, calm tick of time has ceased to be a reminder of the gift of life. Now we view the steady, unhurried ticks as maddening reminders of what is undone. On the job, the undone may be a task. In our hearts, the undone is us.” (Alicia Britt Chole)

What do you think? How do you approach time?

Is it an invitation or a limit?

Is it constricting or freeing?

It is yours or God’s?

Give it some serious thought today.

Consider if your behavior matches your answers.

Be willing to shift your approach and attitude toward time.

God gives you enough.

5 thoughts on “When Did Time Become A Trap?”

  1. One would think that in health care we would view each second as a gift of life. Unfortunately, it is more a reminder of it slipping away or tasks to be done. “Time and motion” studies are done to evaluate how many personnel a nursing unit really needs, and how we can “improve our work flow. “ Little time left for what most of us really went into this business for.
    Then there’s my personal life. Constantly checking things to do off the list which never seems to get completely done.
    It’s eating my soul.

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