The Christmas season is often a time we miss people the most. Joyful memories transform into feelings of loneliness. Regret of what we should have done or should have said kick in. Time suddenly becomes what we want more of and what we regret wasting the most.
- Though money and time can both be wasted, time cannot be reproduced. ⏰
- You can always find a way to make more money, but you can’t find a way to produce more time. 💰
- Money and time both have value. But if one is replaceable and the other is not, which becomes higher in value? Which is worth more? 🤔
- You need one, in order to have the other. 🤓
My intent this week is for readers to stop (collaborate and listen 😂) and reflect on where you are spending your time.
Not only in the busyness of the season, but on a consistent basis, ask yourself, am I spending my time in a place I won’t regret later?
It’s easy to overwork ourselves into exhaustion and lose sight of the things that matter most:
- The people we love ❤️
- The gifts God gave us 💝
- The stamp we leave on the hearts of others ❤️
John 6:27 says,
“Do not work for the food that perishes, but for the food that endures to eternal life, which the Son of Man will give to you. For on him God the Father has set his seal.”
This Christmas, keep your focus on what matters most and give thanks for the greatest gift of all, the gift of eternity with our Heavenly Father.
May God bless and protect our country and everyone reading.
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