Monday, 9 September 2013

Have You Got Time or Has Time Got You?

"If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on you." ~~ If, Rudyard Kipling
There appears to be a time for everything such as: time to be born; time to grow up; time to go to sleep and to wake up; time to go to work, school or whatever activities one is into; time to relax; time to retire; time to die even. It does seem that time is the master and in total control of how life unfolds.

I don't believe time is in control at all, it just seems that way because of the dominant belief in not having enough time. That's why a lot of people try to pack everything in as quickly as possible in the limited time they believe they have.

When you know you have all the time in the world, you become a master of time.

You can then relax. When you are relaxed, life is effortless. You are also open to experience your good in the many forms they take. Your body, for instance, is relaxed and it stops aging. If you still believe in aging then the process is slowed down considerably as there is no rush to grow old.

When you know you have all the time in the world, why would you want to rush to have kids? You could wait until you are hundreds of years old before considering that option, if that is something you wish to experience.

Time hasn't got me, I have got time.

I have all the time in the world to love and enjoy life.


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