What will you do with your life?
It's a question no search engine can answer.
It's not part of a navigation system or included in any user guide.
It's interesting because the answer is determined by asking, What will you do with your time?
Live to the average age of 79, and you'll spend about 28 years sleeping, four years eating and drinking, 15 years working, and almost two commuting to thus said job.
You may be somewhat surprised (perhaps, occasionally horrified) to realize you might spend 11 years watching TV. 115 days laughing, 30 days crying, weeks scratching something and months trying to decide what to wear.
If you got a phone when you were 10, you could be on track to spend approximately nine years of your life...on that phone.
No wonder you wake up one day and ask yourself, where did the time go?
The things is, you get to decide.
Every day you're presented with hundreds of choices about what to do with that day.
You can give it to family. Friends. Bosses. Causes. You can succumb to the distractions of the pings and pops on your wrist. In your pocket. If you don't protect your time, it can get frittered away.
If you don't decide what to do with it, someone else will.
And because time is what you're made of, and all you really have is time...it's prudent to pay attention to where and how you spend it.
To become both deliberate and stingy, investing it wisely.
What a gift to have not only a bit of understanding of the vast dimension of this mysteriously finite span of existence, but also the freedom to choose how to spend it.
The choices that you make, within the moments, hours, months, and years you're given, become the answer to the question...
What will you do... in your lifetime?
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