How do we spend our time? With whom do we spend it and why?
The dusk of an old year and the dawn of a new one should give us
pause to reflect on these matters. Once
pondered, the manner in which we use our time
may reveal a fair amount about ourselves that we rarely
choose to think about. We are often too busy spending our days
to consider what they have actually purchased for us. Are we not a little
more cautious in the expenditure of our money? But should we not be just
as careful in the way we use our time, a resource that we cannot
replace? With such questions in mind, we offer some resources
for your consideration.
James NuechterleinStarting over--the idea appeals to all of us, and not only in our jobs. This explains
the otherwise (to me) inexplicable appeal of the New Year's holiday. New year,
new possibility. This time I'll get it right.
Time and Busyness
Kerby AndersonIt has, perhaps, always been true that "time is money." But for the current
generation, this maxim has a new twist. In the frenetic 90s, time has become
even more scarce than money and therefore more valuable.
How Much Time Is Left
John H. StollRegardless of whether a person is a Christian or not, it seems as if the
question of how much time is left in the world is on the mind. To the
Christian the question is, when will Christ return to take Christians home to
Disillusionment in the 1990's
Kerby AndersonThe changing social and economic conditions of the 1990s are turning this
into the decade of disillusionment. Millions of baby boomers who grew up
in a world that fed and nurtured their expectations are facing a world much
different than the one in which they were raised.
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