Here is a short homily about making the time to do something.
Way back in 1979 I was the editor of Studio Photography magazine. Great fun.
One day, my boss, Mr. Rudolph Maschke, told me to do something.
I said, “I am sorry, Mr. Maschke, I don’t have the time.”
He asked, “Mr. Sammon, who is the most beautiful girl in the world?”
I replied, “Jacklyn Smith,” who was recently featured on our cover.
He said, “Mr. Sammon, if she called you up and invited you to lunch, would you jump on your motorcycle and go?”
I quickly said, “Sure!”
He said, “Get to work, Mr. Sammon.”
His message: If you really want to do something, you’ll find the time. I agree.
Here is something else about time: There is never enough time to get it right, but always enough time to do it over.
Explore the Light,