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Sunday, July 14, 2013
My wife and I were recently “philosophizing” and she asked me what I considered to be our most precious commodity or resource.
I thought about it and finally replied, “time.”
Throughout our life, we are confronted with endless instances associated with time — expressions about it are replete in our society and virtually define our existence.
“There’s no time like the present”; “What time is it?”; “Time marches on”; “We live on borrowed time” are just a few of the phrases we associate with time.
As we travel along life’s path, time can be our ally or our foe and we realize it needs to be appreciated, respected and cherished — we will remember times that were, times that are and look forward to times yet to be.
I looked at my wife and we agreed when I said, “May we always have ‘time’ for each other.”
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