“Arise! Awake!” — Swami Vivekananda, philosopher and sage
“Fill your brain with giant dreams, so that it has no room for petty pursuits.”
— Robin Sharma, coach and management consultant
There is no “time” that can be made longer, and there isn’t any more room for things to happen in time. Time is full, and we cannot overfill it. Where would we put the extra? But we do have choices: we can alter what time is full of, and we can choose in time what we attend to.
If you want to be more efficient, focus on the task at hand. If you want to be happy, focus on what’s meaningful. And if you want to live longer, then expand your focus and become more involved with living.
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