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Imagine that you have a bank account which gives you $86,400 every morning when you wake up. Whatever you don’t use up during the day gets taken back. Question: what would you do with the money? Of course, you would spend every dollar on your own pleasure and that of others whom you love. You would devour every cent from this magical bank, take the opportunity to make everyone around you as happy as you could with it. Maybe you’d even end up giving some of the money away to those who you didn’t know — because you probably couldn’t spend all of it on yourself and those close to you in just one day.
So what am I getting at? Each of us has such a bank — it’s name is time. The horn of plenty, which is constantly pouring out the seconds of your life. Every morning, it credits you 86,400 seconds. Every night it writes off at a lost, whatever of this you failed to invest to a good purpose. It carries over no balance. It allows no over draft. Each day it opens a new account for you. Each night it burns the remains of the day. If you fail to use the day’s deposits, the loss is yours. And there’s no getting round the bank’s other key rule: it could close your account at any moment without warning; your life can end at any second.
So what are you doing with those 86,400 seconds? You must live in the present, on today’s deposits. Invest it, so as to get from it the utmost in health, happiness, and health. The clock is running. Make the most of today.
— Marcy Levy, If Only It Were True
We all are travelers, who temporarily visit this world. We came with bare hand and we will leave this world with nothing in the end. All the money and frame that once we worked so hard to build, we still can’t bring them with us.
Even we know that but how many people can resist the world’s temptation? Have a roof, three meals per day, some saving in the bank are still not enough for us to be grateful. we always want more, more money, more love, more of this and more of that. The desire of wanting is limitless and that is where all the problems in life begin.
When we don’t have what we want, we wish and dream to have it. When we have it, we start to worry how to keep it forever. We get upset when we don’t have what we want. We feel painful when we lose what we love. we attach our lives to all temptations and allow it to control us. In fact, all the problems start from within because of what we want.
if we want peace, start to detach ourselves from the desire of wanting. Start to appreciate what we have instead of searching around for more. When we start to control our inner desires, peace will find us.