Time for Life is the title of a new book by James Robinson and Geoffrey Godbey. In the book they say that while Americans feel more rushed they actually have more leisure time than ever before -- nearly 40 hours a week. The findings are disputed by some. In fact numerous publishers rejected the manuscript because, they said, "We all know we have less leisure time."
The research was done very scientifically, however. If we only think for a
moment of time saving devices in all our homes and work places, it must be
true. The problem is that we don't know how to use our leisure time. The title
of the book can help us: it is Time for Life. Most of us do find time to do the
things we really want to do. And most of us can find time for God, as well.
Have you ever noticed that nobody is too busy to tell you how busy he is?