- Posted May 20, 2011 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Cultural census: Your self-portrait
Just me wielding time...
Just me. Only me. It’s all I am. I’m a man. I’m human. I’m me. An individual. Living, working and playing is what I do. I try to experience the most fulfilling life possible. Life, in all forms, remains a short moment here on Earth; especially when steadying on the grand cosmological perspective-of-the-universe. Our lives only occupy a finite number of years in histories recorded by rocks, libraries, archives and oral traditions. What do you do with your time? I wish I could do more. It would be nice to do more. To learn more. To love more. To explore more. To live more. But that is why we have time. We have time to wield. We have the time. Our time is short. It’s a blink and it is precious. Appreciate your acquaintances. Cast off or ignore the negative, nonconstructive, undesired associates that surround. Cherish and embrace your true friends and their place in your life. Remember those who came before you. Honor, hold and unconditionally love your family. Protect and care for those closest to you. Have fun. Learn. Love. Explore. Live. Use time.