Born to Age • March 8, 2016
By Steven Campbell
There are two ways to look at time:
- The way most of us see it.
- A way that can change our lives.
Most of us see time as seconds ticking away; one moment after another.
Here’s the problem:
We end up playing a shell game of procrastination, where the promise of the future quells the anxiety of the present.
We then say, “I can always do this in the future.”
A way that can change our lives.
However, there is another way to look at time, summarized in one admonition: “Do it while you can.” Which is when? Right now!
There is no abstraction here – only the time that has been given to us. Every moment can be a moment when we make a decision to act.
Think of this, dear reader! When did your old life end?
About a second ago!
And when when did your new life begin?
About a second ago.
Now…do the math.
If there are 60 seconds per minute, and 60 minutes per hour, and 24 hours in a day; in one 24-hour day, you have 86,400 new lives made available to you…every single day!
So you get to begin your brand new life today