While a common complaint, this blog post title is misleading. If you’re telling yourself that you don’t have time, you’re lying. We have enough time to do anything we choose because we manage our own time.
We invented time.
Long ago, we created these yardsticks to tell us where to start and stop our day. Minutes, hours, days, months, years are all figments of our imagination. Yet, we’ve become so beholden to those finite measures that now we limit ourselves by them.
When we think we lack time, it becomes our reality. Our jail cell.
We’re always doing something with our time. We’re choosing an action in every moment. To sit still, to move; to fight, to forgive; to gain, to lose.
At the end of the day, most would say they fit in what they absolutely “needed” to.
But if we create time, and we choose what we do to fill that time, don’t we have all the power? We don’t have to let time rule over us, right?
Right. If you think otherwise, you’re looking at time all wrong.
It’s not a matter of ticking seconds that dictate whether you have enough space to complete all that you wish to complete. It’s a matter of what you’re choosing to fill the space.
You always do everything you want to do, despite feeling like some things are not getting done.