13 and half years

We think that we do not have time to do things, but there is always time, it is now.

It is what we choose to do with our time and it means that we have to perhaps do less of one thing in order to introduce another activity into our lives.

It is what we choose and if we really want to do something, then we can find the time. But there is a difference between what our mind imagines we want to do to fit our story, image and ego and what our soul really wants to experience.

Once we listen to our feelings instead of the mind and its sabotaging thoughts, then we can, of course, find the time and it is now, the only time we actually ever do anything.

However, if we still think there isn’t time, we could always spend a little less time watching stuff like YouTube, Netflix, TikTok, Prime Video, TV and so on. On average a human spends 4 hours a day watching/looking at media/internet/social media. Thats the equivalent of 13 and half years over the course of an average life of 82 years. Imagine all the things you can do in the 13 and half years!!!

Still think we don’t have time?

Listen to your feelings, let go of the mind, its sabotaging thoughts and its stories. Be you, do what you love and do it now.

We all have the same time

I often hear that some people are busier than others ‘I have less time than…’

We all have the same time, it’s 24 hours in each day for every single one of the 7 billion + people on the planet.

It is what we choose to do with it that matters.

Goethe said ‘things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least.’

It seems simple, prioritise the things that are most important and do them first. However, without a purpose or meaning, it is hard to prioritise what to do first.

So the less meaning we have, strangely we have less time as we are not focused on anything in particular and we drift. Equally, the more we do many things, the less well we do any of them and then we have no time for the more important.

The more meaning we have, the more purpose, the more productive and intentional we become. So we actually get more done in less time. This frees us up for guilt-free leisure time and less resentful work time.

It is a fantastically self-perpetuating cycle as the more guilt-free leisure time we get, the more productive we are at work, as resentment is removed, and then the more guilt-free leisure we can enjoy.

Our time is completely free every day, it is our choice with what we fill the time with.

The final factor is that things that are of value to us and the world take time to come together, create and spread.

So we have the time we need, as not everything has to be done today.