Tag: time

Where does the time go? It flits and melts away like the snowflakes. If only it could be frozen and preserved! What if we could gift wrap time? I’m not talking about a watch or a clock. I’m talking about actual seconds, minutes, hours, and even days. Maybe it is possible. What if I offered […]

Let’s look at well-being full in the face. If physical well-being is the pendulum keeping time, emotional and mental well-beings are the hands doing the work. They encompass the face–the spiritual well-being. Spiritual well-being is the outer foundation over the functioning innards. Sometimes its features are bold and obvious. Sometimes it is blank and almost […]

On my birthday, I re-evaluated my goals for 2016. Some stayed the same. Some I revamped. Some I condensed. Some I expanded. Yet, the goal in goal-setting is to accomplish as much as possible in a 24-hour period to maintain well-being. For a writer, writing is at the forefront of creating well-being. Whatever I am […]

We are being robbed. Every day this fleeting perpetrator steals our money and influences our youth. We race to the next destination, congratulating ourselves for beating it. We apologize for letting it get away from us. But, it makes constant demands on us no matter how much we strive to manage it. We expect others […]

“Worry is largely a matter of thinking about things at the wrong time.” from Sarah Young’s Jesus Today Luke 12:25-26 NIV Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to your life? Since you cannot do this very little thing, why do you worry about the rest?

Psalm 16:4 KJV Their sorrows shall be multiplied that hasten after another god: their drink offerings of blood will I not offer, nor take up their names into my lips. “As Christians, we carry an additional responsibility for checking our hearts against unhealthy obsessions: a very real threat of letting anything–even a good thing–preoccupy us […]