And when the priests left their labor to impart the word of God unto the people, the people also left their labors to hear the word of God. And when the priest had imparted unto them the word of God they all returned again diligently unto their labors; and the priest, not esteeming himself above his hearers, for the preacher was no better than the hearer, neither was the teacher any better than the learner; and thus they were all equal, and they did all labor, every man according to his strength. (Alma 1:26, The Book of Mormon)
One thing that I have heard a lot in my time in Germany is, "Sorry, I don't have any time." And as our mission has really been focusing on how we use our time this month, I have thought a lot about the topic. As we look at the example above, we see that making time is our choice. It is all about where our priorities are. We've all got time. Twenty four hours every day to be exact. And we get to choose what to do with that time. How we spend our time shows us exactly what we consider to be important. What do we do first? Our math homework or catch up on our favorite TV show? How are you choosing to spend your time? We get to choose, we just don't get to choose the consequences.
PS: no pictures this week, I forgot to take any... oops haha