It’s My Time

hqdefault (5)We can’t wait for everything to get right or be right before we start our lives.  How many times have you said “I’ll do it when…..” and in your mind you knew that “when” was not going to happen?  When is now.  We are only guaranteed the very second we are living at this moment.  That is why it is said that time is an illusion or that it doesn’t even exist.  We as humans have developed this thing called “time” as a measure but somehow it has developed into a version of reality.  We think about how much time we have to do things or what time something will happen or where we need to be at a certain time.  Not many people stop and look at their situation and live in the moment because they are too busy trying to figure out what they are supposed to be doing with their time.

I’m wearing a shirt today that says “It’s Miller Time.”  Yes, I know it refers to an alcoholic beverage, one that I don’t even drink, but when I look at those words I choose to give it a more significant meaning.  It’s my time and I can do whatever I want to with my 86,400 seconds in my day and I will do it one second at a time.  Father Alfred D’Souza said “For a long time it had seemed to me that life was about to begin — real life. But there was always some obstacle in the way. Something to be got through first, some unfinished business, time still to be served, a debt to be paid. Then life would begin. At last in dawned on me that these obstacles were my life.”

We all have the exact same amount of ticks on the clock if you choose to look at time that way.  Use each tick wisely today.  I challenge you to just close your eyes and sit quietly, forget schedules and demands on your “time” and see what it is your soul wants you to know about your life.  It is just as important or more so than any business meeting you will attend.  In fact, it is the most important business meeting you will attend.  I love you! Namaste

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