Question: What daily practice sparks joy in you?
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Transcript of Video:
Many of the people who we are talking to have jobs, families at home that require attending to – people who are optimally busy at the prime of their life. But the message that we have about time applies to people who maybe have moved into a different phase of life. (And certainly I’m sure many of you know retirement of the end of a career certainly doesn’t tend to make one any less busy.) I think the common enemy in all of this, in our relationship with time, is always distraction: mindless activity that we engage in. I think no matter what we have been talking about in relationship to time it is about intention. It’s about doing something on purpose. You can be at the height of your career or perhaps you have no responsibilities whatsoever and you can still waste time.
-Br. John Braught