Time | Aging | Doomsday | Priorities

“Have you come here to torment us before the time?” (Mt. 9:29).

In a recent newspaper ad, a digital clock called “Timisis” was touted as a “perfect gift idea.” This is a digital clock that does more than merely tell time or wake you up. By punching in your age and your gender, it constantly reminds you of how much longer you can expect to live. And it displays your remaining time (based on life-expectancy tables) in hours, minutes and seconds. “An average lifetime lasts 678,900 hours or
2.4 billion seconds.” says the Timisis ad. “How much of that time do you have left? Well, Timisis will tell you right down to the last second.”

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