In recent years, some members of our Society have become more aware of the benefits of solitude, as various forms of meditation have gained popularity. But the majority of Americans are still hurried, harried and “too busy” to reflect. Actually the problem is not lack of time, because we all have 24 hours a day. It is really a matter of priorities. The things at the top of our list of priorities get done; the things at the bottom get neglected. So if the need for reflection becomes a high priority, we won’t have to “find time” for it, we will “make time” for it and let something else go.

As for the “How?” of reflection, each of us must shape our own pattern, our own time, place and way of evaluating our lives and revising our goals. New Year’s Day can be a perfect time to begin, and a good Resolution would be:

this year there will be some REGULAR TIME ALONE FOR…

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