Tag Archives: Time

River Of Change

“Everything comes to pass, nothing comes to stay.” — Matthew Flickstein I can’t recall anyone I’ve ever met who was happy about the Spring time change. Every year, there are the assorted grumbles over the morning commute’s darkness, the laments … Continue reading

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The Cost And Value Of Giving Time

“Before giving, the mind of the giver is happy; while giving, the mind of the giver is made peaceful; and having given, the mind of the giver is uplifted.” — Buddha There is a direct relationship between the cost and … Continue reading

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Measuring Time

Measuring Time I would like to measure time, Not with planets and stars, Not with watches and clocks, Not with minutes and hours, But by moments with meaning. — Eric Winger Today’s gift of time … Took a long run … Continue reading

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Looking Inward – The Culmination Of Two Years Of Giving

“We *do* have time to make a difference.” — GiveOurTime.com Two years ago today, the day after Christmas, I sat at our dining room table. The kids were fighting, there was wrapping paper everywhere, and the Christmas tree was at … Continue reading

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Small To The World. Large To Each Other.

“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.” — Leo Buscaglia … Continue reading

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It’s All Timed. Maybe.

“We live and we die by time, don’t we.” — Tom Hanks, Cast Away We measure everything by the clock. From nanoseconds on a computer to hours in a day, every activity is timed. Commute time, lunch time, bus time, game … Continue reading

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Parking In The Fire Lane

“One of the true tests of leadership is the ability to recognize a problem before it becomes an emergency.” — Arnold H. Glasgow In the hopes to get ever more done, every day, we often park in the fire lane. … Continue reading

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