As we all know, time seems to move faster and faster each day.
Every time I look at a picture, hear a song, see a friend, I’m reminded of how far back some of those memories are.
They all feel like they were just yesterday.
I’ve talked previously about how I want to move with time, and not fight the clock as things come to me as they come.
As I realize how quickly time moves, I want to do two things:
- Let time tell me what I need to know. I don’t want to force anything in my life, and if I am asking for something to come, it will come when it needs to. Trust time.
- Don’t let the quickness of time cause me to rush. Time does move quickly, but that doesn’t mean I need to move quickly. I want to take the time that I have to savor, to reflect, to enjoy, to experience. Time moves and so will I.
The concept of time is interesting, but the most consistent thing I think about related to time is how much I really have.
Sometimes, I feel like I have all the time in the world.
The next day, I feel like I’m out.
Time and opportunity never escape, so long as you keep moving.
I remind myself of this frequently, as each endeavor I am on in life gives me time and opportunity.
So long as I keep living and moving, I will always have time and opportunity.
I never want my fear to get in the way of me using my time.
It’s easy to do so, as fear is a powerful roadblock.
However, I know that I have the power to move through that.
My power, my time, my opportunity: It’s a privilege.
Privileges that I am thankful to have.
Each second is an opportunity for something new.
I want to start using my time right.
The clock ticks…
I will move with it.