Today’s musings | My favorite thought about time is from Superman actor, Christopher Reeve, who at 43 suffered a fall from a horse, leaving him a paraplegic and reducing his lifespan. “All time is sacred time,” he said. While there are days I need reminding, I do think of time that way, in the sense of cherished and blessed to have. It’s a gift denied many, like the brother-in-law I never knew who died at fifteen. Above a bookcase in my office, a plaque nudges me to consider time’s non-renewable status this way: “Enjoy this moment … for this moment is your life.” And while all moments cannot be enjoyed, it is still the moments, of the good and bad times, that make a life.
I’ve always loved books. I think they make great gifts for family, friends, work colleagues, or staff.
They’re great thank yous, too. A signed book is even nicer. So this year, if you’re interested, I arranged
a way for people to get signed copies of any of my books, directly from me, at discounted pricing,
including my latest one, It’s Not About Time. Here’s the link.