I'm 29 years old and over the past few months, I've found myself very aware of how I use my time. Which is odd to me. In my past, time was almost exclusively used for advancement or achievement. But recently, my heart has redirected this asset toward more emotional or relational activities.
It's as if my soul is realizing that I only have so many hours left. But how many? After I count the hours I work, the hours I sleep, the hours I drive, and so forth… How much time do I really have left? What should I use it for?
Nobody on their deathbed said they wished they worked more.
While uncovering this fascinating thought, I found this insightful infographic debunking the question perfectly. It's worth every word and it has truly helped me recognize that my time here is fading every moment of every day. What will I do with the hours I have left?
How did this make you feel? What are you planning to do with your remaining free time? Let me know in the comments below.
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