I think, write, feel, and dream — a lot — about time.
I have been doing that, for a very long time. That is the absolute truth.
I believe I am not alone, focusing on time. Here are some thoughts about time that have helped me (and others), many times:
Your time on earth is not unlimited.
Every moment is precious.
The past is the past.
We cannot know the future.
The only thing we have, for sure, is the present.
There is no time like the present.
You have all the time you need.
That last line might seem like a contradiction, at times. However, that thought is absolutely necessary, for me, to let go of anxiety about time.
At work, I feel I have too much to do and not enough time to do it.
My third-year work anniversary is August 2. That is, absolutely, three days from the time I am writing this.
If I am to remain healthy in mind, soul, and body, I must find ways to deal with time-based anxiety.
I am inspired, by problems, to seek solutions. I am doing the best I can, with the time I have.
I had absolute time, yesterday, for all these images:
I have the time and space for one more photo, this morning:
I always have time for comments and questions.
Do you have time, today?
Thanks to Jean Luc Ponty, to the lovely woman at the front desk where I work, to all who are dealing with time in any way, and to you — absolutely! — for taking the time to be here, now.