We are limited.
We are given less than we need.
Time begins running out for each of us the moment we are conceived.
And I think that’s a beautiful thing.
How can we make the most of it?
As humans, we are naturally striving to better ourselves every day…for the next day.
But how will the next day ever come to exist if we are continuously forging a new idea of what the next day will be?
How can I appreciate taming the Appalachian Mountains if I’m forever looking upward toward the tip of Mount Everest?
I can’t see all that’s behind me if I never stop, turn around, and take a good, hard look back.
But looking eternally back and never preparing for the next hurdle is also problematic.
Because then I’ll never pass one…
In fact…the couch would probably keep me from learning what hurdles even are.
Help, guys. How should I spend my time? I’m stuck in a rut because school and work are taking over my life. I feel like wasting any moment (simply because we are given so few) in any place but my happy place is a waste of life. But…don’t I need school to prosper? Shouldn’t I be spending my time preparing for a better future?
How do you find the balance?