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Never Enough Time

A Practical and Spiritual Guide
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ISBN-13:
9781442266391
Seiten:
176
Autor:
Donna Schaper
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Most of us struggle with the pervasive feeling of never having enough time—that there is always more to do than we’re able, more time required than we can give. In Never Enough Time, Donna Schaper helps us think through the practical and spiritual elements of this “time famine” and helps us instead aim for a feast.
Most of us struggle with the “time famine”—the pervasive feeling of never having enough time. Whether we work three jobs or none, have many children or none, or live in a huge city or a small town, most of us have the feeling there is always more to do than we’re able, more time required than we can give. In Never Enough Time, Rev. Donna Schaper helps us think through the practical and spiritual elements of the time famine and helps us instead aim for a feast. Schaper’s advice centers around our mind-set—understanding both the structural and personal reasons we feel so pressed, clarifying what’s important to us or not, and setting realistic expectations, while enriching the time we have. The book goes beyond the idea of “Sabbath keeping” to offer suggestions for all parts of life—particularly the busy moments. Schaper draws on her years ministering to people across all walks of life to show that the time famine cuts across race, class, and gender lines to touch almost everyone. She offers practical and spiritual suggestions that won’t magically give us more time, but can help us live better with the time we have.
Introduction
Chapter 1: Why Don't We Have Enough Time?
Chapter 2: The Importance of Numbers Sizing Up Your Time Trouble
Chapter 3: What If Time Were as Important to You and Your Life as Water . . . and You Didn’t Know It?
Chapter 4: Time Famine as a Really Good First World Problem
Chapter 5: Knowing What’s Important: Elemental Approaches to Time
Chapter 6: Doing Something New
Chapter 7: The Turn toward the Practical
Chapter 8: The Importance of Numbers
Chapter 9: Speckness
Chapter 10: Facing Facts as We Face God
Chapter 11: That Pesky First World Problem
Conclusion


Selected References