We can’t locate life with a compass, and some people can’t discover their backside with both hands – yet life is available for everyone to have the full ride.
Take two eggs, and call me in the morning …
Nobody can prescribe how to measure life whole or time its important parts with an egg-timer.
All aboard … each day/night combo arrives full of time and leaves empty.
All aboard … use every waking moment to be awake, use every slumber moment to rest easy, and recover for the next 24-hour sprint across the calendar. Crave your entire day, prepare to swallow whole while forsaking time-wasting people, and expunging time-water activities.
All aboard … use it all, because a fresh supply of day arrives at midnight. There is no carry-forward feature; it’s not vacation days or frequent-spender points to be accumulated and cashed-in later – once midnight has come, you’re done, and it’s time to start again. Fresh. A clean slate, blank page, fresh earth to plow – and we mostly spend those early hours resting up.
All aboard … don’t worry, we can never run out of time – even when you take a nap, you wake up to find we’re all still here.
All aboard … 50,000 years from now, or a million, that constant daily capacity to thrive and be alive arrives at midnight to sustain every living creature for another day.
Time to waste, time to taste, time as fuel, or time as filler?
We all need leisure time, rest, food, and sleep to be at our best. Let’s be thankful for that – not just this Thanksgiving weekend, but every day.
I recommend jump-starting today, launching your early start with some eggs for breakfast.
And, by the way, today is egg day, so who can’t get excited about that?