Barbara Walsh: Where do you see time: friend or foe? – The Deming Headlight


The average person spends seven years in the bathroom (even teenagers???), four years house cleaning, six months sitting at a red light, six years eating, eight months opening junk mail, one year looking for misplaced items, two years returning emails or phone calls. Time can be our best friend or our worst enemy. I have heard friends (and myself) saying they wished they had more time for fun, for family, time to pursue creative ideas, time to relax. In moments with Him we can relax and allow His peace to flow through us, and on to those we encounter, and into all our daily tasks.

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