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Friday, September 30, 2005

Value the minutes

Value the minutes, for they are where life happens. When you put the best of yourself into each and every minute, those minutes will quickly build on each other into something great.

Value the minutes, for in them is everything you have with which to work. Make the most of each minute as it comes along, and you’ll find all that you need to do whatever you desire.

Value the minutes, for in every single one there is opportunity. Use that opportunity as it comes to you, and through your efforts you can create value that will continue on long after the moment has passed.

Value the minutes, for they are the realm in which you work and love and live. Value the minutes, for they are your classroom, your theater, your experience and your expression.

If you neglect and disrespect the minutes, thinking they are too small to matter, they will pass by all too quickly and leave you nothing. Yet when you truly value the minutes, you’ll have enough of them available to accomplish whatever you choose.

Value the minutes, for they are what will make or break you. Value the minutes, for they are truly where you live.

— Ralph Marston

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