There are 24 hours in a day comprised of 1440 minutes and 86400 seconds. Each person on our planet has the exact same amount of time. Time doesn’t classify by wealth, place of birth, or religious belief. How we use our time writes the story of our life. Each 24 hours is a chapter. One page (an hour) doesn’t make a day, there are still 23 hours remaining. We often give the negative experience power well beyond the time of its existence. If we isolate a negative experience to the one hour of its existence we can tell ourselves, “I’ve still got time to make it a great day.” Yes we do. Take control of your time.
Published by Ray Calabrese
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