Later; comes in various forms


“Hey, come have dinner together.”

“I will be there in a while, mom”

– how long did that a while took? An hour? 2 hours?

“Wayne, come try my new cake recipe”

“Wait! Can’t you see I’m busy?”

how busy are you that you can’t take that 5 minutes off

Such simple conversations could be a source remorse in years to come.


The love-hate relationship with “later” is to me, one that is built upon a sense of negligence or maybe even ignorance. We now live in a day and age where things are fast pace, we are constantly trying to juggle every single thing in life.

On top of that, DISTRACTIONS are everywhere, yes your phone that just vibrated is a main source. Another is this machine you’re staring at now. We are engrossed in our digital life, so much so that we forget how much it takes away time from our physical life.

At the end of the day, it is all a matter or priorities


24 hours a day | 7 days a week | 365 days a year

Ask yourself. When was the last time you spent quality time with your loved ones?

Later? How about now

 

“Time waits for no one”

 

via Daily Prompt: Later

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