As I was cycling to work today, I realised that my priorities are not the things I am spending time on.

I need to make some changes.


Ha ha, yes. Thanks Robert. I kind of thought the specifics were less important than being conscious of how I’m using my time -might provoke a similar reaction in others?

I’ve been having similar thoughts recently.

We’ll have to talk about it next month!

25 Jun 2013, 2:45pm
by Ron Campbell


An ongoing realization we tend to stumble into during moments of clarity. You’re preaching to the choir of course… 🙂

Hey Ron
I think you’re right, but I suspect I need more clarity 😉

I read the book “Shogun” by James Clavell and they have a character “Toranaga” representing Tokugawa Ieyasu. And Toranaga is always blasted for having patience in times where decisions “must be made”. And his theory is that everything has its compartment and a time to be dealt with. I try to employ this throughout my everyday life. It’s difficult t explain but you should read the book if you haven’t.

Thanks Andrew
Sounds interesting. Kind of like the biblical ‘a time to sow and a time to rest’ thing.


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