Time is a precious commodity, but we often fail to invest it well. We stare at TV’s or a phone for no real purpose and then complain we don’t have enough time in the day. Wasted time is never returned to do it over again.
If your purpose in life is clear and you have a vision with an active plan to accomplish towards it, there is time. Time is best utilized within a disciplined plan for how you will invest it. Time must be organized by yourself to reach most any goal, especially the most important ones.
Hoping and wishing to do things is another waste of time. Giving away time to others that failed to organize themselves is also a fault in your own planning. If your full passion were truly in it, there is time. If your plan is failing, you will need to learn to prepare even better. It may not all be possible in a given day, but priorities of purpose may almost always be attained with a solid plan.
“There is time”
“For every minute spent in organizing, an hour is earned.” — Benjamin Franklin —