How can we find time to do what we need to do?

Not having enough time is an experience familiar to us all. Is there a way to break through limitations and gain genuine dominion over time?

It was two days before final examinations, and all over campus that familiar cloud of panic and pressure was beginning to descend. After class, a freshman in one of my classes asked to talk with me, so we got our lunch trays and brought them to a quiet spot in the dining room. Her eyes were wide with fear as she described how much she had to do in the next forty-eight hours, how little sleep she had been getting for weeks because of that quarter's drama production, and how worried she was about the possibility her grade point average would slip.

I knew the feeling! I suppose every student does, and certainly no one becomes a college professor without lots of "burning the midnight oil" experiences. But I had learned that those were times when I could learn more of God as infinite Mind, the source of all real intelligence.

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