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We procrastinators always think we have time……..tomorrow.
Time is individualistic, success depends on how you synchronize personal time with Physical time
Yes. Your thought reminds me of a John Updike quote: “Suspect each moment, for it is a thief, tiptoeing away with more than it brings.”
“MY” trouble is….I always think I don’t have time and I tend to put too much on my plate :) and I don’t like to sleep…(what a waste of time that is :) … )
Hmmmmmmm, then you are cranky!
So true!! People don’t realize that until their back is against the wall or unexpected life event happens to them personally. Thats when they value time!
There just might be something to what Buddha said. Having returned from Cambodia and Thailand last Friday, I know that the Buddhists there are the happiest people I have ever met in my life. It was very contagious. And then I went to SE Vietnam (no offense to anyone).
Never visited Southeast Asia. Sounds amazing…
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Now you have your own graphics? Pretty fancy my friend… :-D
Greeting Sensei. You don’t miss a beat, do you?
How we DO mislead ourselves! The only “time” we have is this split-second–oopps, gone!
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