The sad part is that most of us don't have it and don't even have plans to learn how to get it!
Modern day life is a treadmill of sorts: Work, Eat, Sleep... Work, Eat, Sleep... Perhaps this is why we call it the rat race. ('Hamster race' just doesn't carry the joy of the alliteration of the two r's!)
Ironic in a way, isn't it? Neanderthal Man worked about 24 hours a week. And wasn't the whole point of mechanization and technology to make life easier?
Don't get me wrong: I'm not suggesting we all move to the hills and live a cottage-industry existence... But I am suggesting we pause a moment every once in a while - Sunday being perhaps a very good day to do so - and consider what really matters in this life.
Do we have to survive a bout with cancer to learn that life - our life! - is precious?
Yes, there are bills to pay and therefore work to be done. Let's all choose our expenses wisely so we don't have to work so hard. Let's all choose to use our time wisely -- according to our own value system, not to what advertising is dictating...
Happy Sunday, everyone!