Today’s ‘Live Better With Willie Jolley’ tip: Make the Most of Every Minute
Kipling wrote, ‘‘fill the unforgiving minute with sixty seconds’ worth of distance run.” ‘’Sixty seconds’ worth of distance run’’ simply means a person should use their time wisely because the minute is very unforgiving. It does not care who you are or what your position is; it is unforgiving to you, me, the President, doctors, lawyers, and everyone else.
Time waits for no one, so we must be mindful of our minutes and realize they are the most precious commodities that we possess. Once spent, they cannot be replaced!
Each person on this earth is given a limited measure of time to live. We’re also all given a daily measure of time, the hours of each day. This time given is absolutely the same for everyone. Rich people have no more time per day than poor people; short people have no more time than tall people; kings and queens have no more time than their subjects. Each person is given twenty-four hours each day: 1,440 minutes that are credited to his or her account. When those minutes have been spent, you cannot buy any more minutes that day. When your day is over and those 1,440 minutes have been used, you cannot purchase any more, no matter how much money you have or how much power you possess. Spend it wisely!
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