When we schedule our lives we put events into time. We draw a rectangle around the appropriate hours, label it, and we are done. The event has been put into ‘time’.
It is almost as though we took scissors and cut that block right out of our life. For all intents and purposes – it is gone.
In the daily planner above, the section in blue delineates a two-hour block of time between 9:00AM and 11:00AM this morning.
What if . . . instead of ‘putting that event into time’ we looked at this process in a different way? What if, from our new perspective, we consider ‘time’ to be ours, we own it, it is our resource?
Could we then see that instead of putting ‘that event into time’ – we could do just the opposite and put ‘time – into that event’! This way, those two hours are still ours. We haven’t just let them go into some worldly vat of normalcy.
They are still ours. Viable, malleable, workable, changeable and significant – and potentially – Infinite.
For most folks, they must have time, to be free.
For others, they are free to have time.