Linda Lancashire Psychic

Time

Hello Readers,

There are two things that most people want more of.  More money and more time.  They complain about not having enough of either, but people waste both time and money by frittering it away so that it literally evaporates into thin air and they can see nothing for it.

Most people start their days without a roadmap and end up aimlessly wandering around what’s important, wasting time along the way and those who skip planning actually believe that they are saving time?  Structuring your time task works because it provides an appealing set of instructions in your mind about when to start and when to stop.

There are people who run around like headless chickens, wearing themselves out to a frazzle, chasing other people, chasing lovers, chasing money, chasing rainbows.  They never have enough hours in the day, are always full of good intentions, like, promising to return telephone calls, e mails or just remember to turn up for an appointment, but their excuse is that their  lives are so busy, busy, busy, they will probably meet themselves coming back, skidding all the way before something happens and they end up as a big blob on the landscape.  Some are so busy watching the clock that they even resent someone stopping them in their tracks just for a chat or to ask a question because that would interfere with their timetable, disrupting their plans and ruining their day.  You probably know people like this, always frightened of missing something and never enough hours in the day.

And then there are the ‘time wasters’, the ones with too much time on their hands.  They constantly moan that they are bored and that time drags slowly, probably because they spend a lot of time looking for things not to do.  They fail to utilise their time practically and will do anything to overcome the monotony and boredom that comes with having long, wasted days like having affairs or just generally getting up to mischief and no good at all.  You have probably heard the old saying ‘The devil always makes work for idle hands’?  Worst of all are the people who waste our precious time and think nothing of it, no conscience and definitely no consideration for others.

It’s a strange thing, but when you are dreading something and would do anything to slow time down, it has this habit of speeding up.  People talk about ‘killing time’ whilst all along, time quietly kills them.  Time is the coin of life.  It’s the only coin you have and you are the only one who can determine how it will be spent.  Be careful lest you let other people spend it for you.  If you have experienced illness, surgery, trauma of any description, you have to give both your mind and body time to heal and acclimatise to what has happened.  Healing cannot be rushed so there is no point in getting angry and frustrated because it’s not happening fast enough.  ‘Rome was not built in a day’.  Time heals almost everything, just give the time some time.

The greatest gift you can give someone is your time because when you give time, you are giving a portion of your life that you will never get back.

Time heals what reason cannot. The future is what everyone reaches at the rate of sixty minutes per hour regardless of whatever they do and whoever they are.  Time is free, but its priceless.  You can’t own it, but you can use it. You can’t keep it but you can spend it.  Once you have lost it, you can never have it back.  Unfortunately, the clock is ticking, the hours are going by.  The past increases, the future recedes, possibilities decreasing, regrets mounting.  Always remember, no one nor nothing is ever a waste of time, only the harsh realisation that you could have done better and made better use of your time.

Time for change, time to rest, time to restart, time to conquer, time to be fierce, the time is now because there is no time like the present.

Until Next Week,

Love and Light,

Linda and The Lulas xxx

 

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