Much has been said about time.
It was Ernest Hemingway who said, “Time is the least thing we have of.”
We are now living in a 24/7/365 technology driven era yet we still complain that there’s just too much work with too little time to do it.
Our frustration is only compounded by the numerous unimportant things that steal our minutes and siphon the significance out of our hours. We think of those unnecessary things that take away important moments from us, things like filling our car with gas, getting a haircut, going to the dentist, taking those power suits to the laundry and a dozen time-consuming things that have to be done to keep us from doing things that are more meaningful and fulfilling.