You won’t find it looking through a microscope (or a telescope).
You won’t find it in the back of your fridge next to the leftovers-turned-science experiment.
You won’t find it with aid of any GPS device that is (or will ever be) for sale.
You won’t find it in the cardboard “Lost and Found” box in your church’s basement.
You won’t find it in your jeans pocket after pulling them from the dryer.
You won’t find it in the cushions of your couch.
Or under your bed.
Or wherever it is that missing socks go.
People often complain about how they can never find the time to (fill in the blank with their favorite thing in the world) anymore. They’re right about that. Because if they’re waiting to find time, they’re going to be waiting an awfully long time.
Time can be spent, saved, invested, or wasted, but it can never be found.
You always make time for the things that are important to you.
If don’t have time for yourself (or your spouse, kids, family, exercise routine, charitable activities, a return to school, or your favorite hobby), it’s because it’s not that important to you.
End of story.