One of the sections of Pausch's book talks about the value of time and the way he viewed time and just how valuable it became as his prognosis became reality.
I thought about what time is worth to me. Some things I DO realize are:
1. The person in front of me is more important than the incoming phone call...unless it's my husband.
2. Working late is not ALWAYS the best answer.
3. My time spent with God is the most important time I have.
4. Time is not stolen, it is freely given by us throughout our days.
5. Wishing for more time is not an option.
Things I continue to struggle with regards to time is:
1. It doesn't pay to rehash and rehash BAD times from the past.
2. Live in the minute!
3. Give of your time carefully.
4. Accept help.
5. Don't wear a watch on vacation.
I'm half way through the book. I've enjoyed it immensely and I think I'm gleaning something from it as well.
Have a time-worthy weekend!