The Bank Account Called TIME

Imagine  a  bank  which  credits  your  account  each  morning with £86,400, carries no balance from day to day, allows you to keep no cash balance and every evening cancels whatever part of the amount you had failed to use during the day.

What would you do? You’d draw out every penny and spend the lot on yourself, on friends, on everyone you met who was in need, one way or another.

You’d have a great time and you’d go to sleep very happy at the end of every day, knowing you’d have another chance tomorrow to do the same again.

Well, we all do have this bank account to draw on: we call it TIME. Every morning TIME credits us with 86,400 seconds and tells us we are free to spend it in any way we wish.

Every night it has to write off as lost, every second we’ve wasted or that has passed by during the day.

As with the money, if we don’t use it up it disappears forever and we have to wait for the morrow to start again.

When we get it right, we use every second to help our bodies become healthy,  happy  and successful.

We look after those around us who are not doing too well, but we  do it in a right way so that our help does not shame them.

We give them help that helps them to help themselves in the future. Then, at the end of every day we go to bed and sleep happily.

With many peaceful blessings

Geoffrey

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