Time…. for Time

Time is a funny thing, it never seems like we have enough unless we want time to go by fast, then we have way too much…

Like at Christmas time, it always seems to take for ever for Christmas Eve to end and Christmas day to start, and then once Christmas day is here, it all ends to quick. Silly really, because each and everyday has 24 hours in it, so it’s all the same, but we place our own limits and constraints on time.

Well, when we die, in due time, we will be in heaven (we all hope and pray), and then time has no meaning. What a concept, so today, nor tomorrow, just the everlasting now. No rushing here and there, no anticipation or anxiety for what is to come, for all of eternity…. Sounds wonderful, and very appealing to me at this moment in time… I am sure it will change, because we, as humans still here on this earth, are still bound by time, and  can change our mind and decide that we really like time, when its in our favor,

Time can lead us in to new and exciting things, if we wait for it. A new birth in to our lives takes time, 9 month to be exact, a new car or new house, or even a new you, all of it takes time. And it can be exciting waiting for what is to come, but it takes time…

The Catholic Church even has time built in to her, with the Church calendar, we have ordinary time, Easter time, Christmas time each serving a purpose each with a very specific task. We celebrate each differently and the outcome for each is unique for everyone. Some times in the church are for sorrow, and others for joy, sometime we laugh and others we are very quit and reverent… Each time is different, but each is needed.

We need time in our life; we need time for self, time for others time for Church and time for God… We will have all of eternity to have no time, no limits, but for now we need time…

God created time, so that all things will be done, in His time not ours…


About Paul Sposite

Paul Sposite - Life Coach I began my career as an instructor. As an instructor there are two basic requirements. You have to know yourself, so you know where you’re drawing your inspiration from. And you have to actively listen to the others, and then respond to the subtext of what they are saying. In learning about myself I started to focus a lot on my students, how they learned, what questions they were asking and how I could best modify my methods to best serve them. I believe that if you use your real life problems/issues as insights to the issues you need to heal, you’ll grow. From my experience in the classroom, creating curriculum and material to support my training, I developed an interest in how people process information. This interest turned into my interest in Life Coaching.
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