Final Boarding Call (2 of 5)

“Big Ben”

While touring in London we visited Big Ben–the famous clock connected to the houses of Parliament (Parliament: is legislative assembly of GREAT BRITAIN.)  Here, we learned three important principles concerning time. 

Time is impartial–It knows no man.  Each person is given 24 hours in a day, it’s up to me to make the most of those hours.

Time is relentless–Like a raging river.  No matter how hard I try, I cannot stop time.  It will keep going whether I’m ready for it or not.  It’s best to be ready. 

Time is precious–A treasure to care for.  I will not get back yesterday.  Each day is a gift.  I only have a few short years to make my life count. 

As a leader, time management is crucial.  Time management is life management. 

 Which of these three do you struggle with the most? 

bigben1.JPGPhotograph taken by Anna Meadows Copyright 2004

4 Responses to “Final Boarding Call (2 of 5)”

  • Cindy Beall says:

    “Time is precious – a treasure to care for”

    Too many times in the my life and the lives of my little boys, I have wished away their days. I have to constantly keep this in the forefront of my mind.

  • “Time is precious- a treasure to care for” This is a daily lesson for my time w/ God, My Wife, My Boys, My….

    Time is relentless- I sometimes wish that I could stop it!

    All are great lessons and many times relentless is a struggle; sometimes it would be great to have a pause button, to just think!

  • I think this is why I always kept after you kids—“get going”! I also can’t stand it if people say they are bored. Time marches on, make the most of every day!!

  • Joseph Killebrew says:

    After learning and applying these principles my life has changed completely. Time management is crucial for me in college. The way i preform to the best of my ability is the management of my time.

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