We must seize what flees – Seneca

The first part of this letter Seneca was saying that we must set aside our distractions and putting all our efforts into our single purpose, before too much time passes and its too late…

Time is like currency, you get 24 hours a day, how you spend it is up to you…

But unlike currency, once we’ve spent it… It’s gone.

You can’t loan time from the bank, You can’t make time back as you could with money…

You have 24 hours today – Seize it, by losing your distractions and focus on the task in front of you…

Before it flees,

‘We must live each day as if it’s our last’ – Marcus Aurelius

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