CONTENTS:- 1. Born for Joy. 2. The Big Question. 3. The Meaning and Limits of Work. 4. Dropping out is not an Option. 5. The Tempo of Life. 6. Taking off the Pressure. 7. Relaxation Gives us Strength. 8. Every Moment is Sacred. 9. The Monks' Concept of Time. 10. The Heartbeat of Life. 11. The Treasure of Sunday. 12. More Haste, Less Speed. 13. Meditation is Being Fully There. 14. Presence: Happiness is when Time Stands Still. 15. The Right Moment. 16. Learning how to Wait. 17. When Time is Hell. 18. Night Owls and Morning Larks. 19. Squandered Time. 20. Rituals are Necessary. 21. Time to Dream and Time to Grow. 22. Values - Attitudes for Life. 23. Grateful Every Day. 24. Bless Your Time.
The book Make Time for Yourself? It's Your Time is a text written from a very personal standpoint, in the context of the author's spiritual life as a monk. "Nothing in this world has eternal value. Use your time and don't waste it...." "Time is for most of us a luxury good." Making time for yourself and giving time to others is a source of joy that enriches our lives. The quiet time we devote to prayer or meditation gives us strength to master our lives and enhances our spirituality.