A snippet from Pastor Don’s message on Sunday: Time is our most valuable commodity. (Amen to that!!)
An older man gave this perspective in the Reader’s Digest on how he viewed time differently as he aged:
“Days were plentiful and cheap when I was young. Like penny candy. I always had a pocketful—and spent them casually. Now my supply is diminished, and their value has soared. Each one becomes worth its weight in the gold of dawn. Suddenly I live in unaccustomed thrift, cherishing hours the way lovers prize moments. Even at that, when the week is ended, it seems I’ve gone through another fortune. A day doesn’t go as far as it used to.”
I was thinking of the truth of that as I drove Sam to work early this morning and saw the beautiful gold of dawn. Each day is so precious!!!