Time or Things?

Most of us spend time worrying about getting, or avoiding, things. If successful, we can fill up quite a bit of space with things we like and consider to be ours. While the process of running our own program requires us to be concerned about things, we should increasingly focus on He Who Programmed them.

The way we use our time here, in our part of The Creation Program, determines where we will spend all the time there is.

A poor person raising several children well is using time better than a wealthier, self-involved person who invests in accumulating programmed entities and has little concern for children. If we use time to help others, we increase our chances of getting “good time” for a long time.

At the end of our day, we will rise or sink into one of two huge seas of times. If we rise, our time forever will be filled with joy. If we fall, we suffer bad times forever.

It’s never too late to think about time, and how rapidly the amount of it we have remaining to us is passing. The time that remains to us the most important thing we have.

Two things are generally true about time. First, most of us don’t know how much time we have left. Secondly, most of us can be reasonably assured that we do have enough time left to ask The Loving Programmer to forgive us for disobeying so many of His Operating Instructions as often as we do.

Catholic Fundamentalism may help someone you know use his or her remaining time wisely. We want the souls near us to be uploaded into Programming HQ forever, not downloaded for a similar amount of time into the endless viciousness of Virusville.