And Then …

As with every other aspect in our life, time can be “good” or “bad,” our best friend or our worst enemy. It can be the most precious resource or the most terrible nightmare, depending on how we look at it. If people were able to stop trying to escape (from childhood, being anxious to grow up) or, conversely, fighting against time passing (against a valuable maturity, against wrinkles on our faces), but lived the present at its fullest, that would mean awareness and acceptance of nature’s primacy. Man is impatient and inconstant, but he is also creative, curious and willing to learn and adapt himself to the very many exciting challenges he faces in life. That signifies, maybe not always but surely often, that he can find his way to a balance between restlessness and discipline, through developing an overall vision, planning and prioritizing, setting goals, acting step by step in his personal and professional life. Of course, using every possible smart device modern technology provides us. Life is full of wonderful and inspiring opportunities. Make the most of it, here and now.