TIME, OR ETERNITY?

Far too often in human experience is the belief of lack of time cited as a reason for confusion, delay, or omission. Too often is the excuse made, "I simply haven't time!"

Now nobody would attempt to deny that for each of us there are the same twenty-four hours to the day, three hundred and sixty-five days to the year. Moreover, are modern inventions, supposedly, are saving time for us, so that for the individual there be less arduous labor than heretofore and more leisurely enjoyment of the comforts of our civilization. Why, then, do so many of us seem to be increasingly rushed and hurried, wearied and confused, while the more gracious and tranquil modes of thought are shoved into the background? How, and where, can we find the time we need for meditation and study and for congenial hours with family and friends?

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