In a lot of our lives, we play the part of many roles; husband, father, student, and employee, become a few of the hats we have to wear. Now and again the stress of balancing our time can be hard to manage. Children want time with their parents, spouses want time with each other, school demands time for assignments, and work demands time to make ends meet. Time becomes a luxury you can never seem to acquire; a looming figure hovering over you; a commodity of short supply; a battle forced to be fought.

While struggling to manage the stress we often forget to take the time to stop and examine the time we have. From this examination of our time, the questions arise: Are we prioritizing our time wisely? Does time become an enemy to be fought, a commodity to squander over, or a precious keepsake to cherish every moment of?