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So much to do....

Here are two riddles that identify the same thing. Can you figure them out?

Until I am measured, I am not known. Yet how you miss me, when I have flown. What am I?

Mountains will crumble and temples will fall, and no man can survive its endless call. What is it?

How often have you used the phrase "so much to do, so little time" and in what type of situation were you in when you said it? Possibly, when you started reflecting on future events after you realized how many insignificant things you did up to that point. Have you ever considered how much time is wasted by trying to please others or by seeking their approval? By not focusing on yourself, you probably did things that were not important or significant in your life to elevate yourself to a level in which you think you should be on. Lastly, how much time have you wasted trying to make money? Precious moments of life is traded for money when you begin to stay at work a little longer to get that last little bit in, or acquiring that second or third job just to manage a debt you created by living outside of your means, or joining that get rich scheme that stated, you can make $10k a week by doing... whatever, for two to three hours a week and now it has turned into 8 or 9 hours a day.

I read a story that stated time is a lot like a battery, you will rarely know how much is left until it's gone. The reason time is so valuable is because we can't purchase or borrow more of it and once it is gone, we will never get it back.

The best way to find time is to devote your efforts into meditating, goal setting and resting. Refreshing your mind, body and soul will allow you to discover yourself, set your priorities, and give you the physical refreshment and energy you need to accomplish your goals in the time that you have. #SPEAK2MYHEART

If your final answer was time, then you are correct.

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