Contributed by Chris Swanson on Apr 12, 2020
It appears as if everybody needs something from us – family members, friends, bosses at work, the schools we may attend, our churches, clubs, etc. We wind up racing through life, taking care of the necessary, the immediate, and the urgent.
Repeatedly the important is abandoned. Our problem isn't the volume of requests or lack of organizational skills, but values - what is really important to us. Our values and our priorities are reflected in how we use our assets/resources. Frequently our activities give a false representation