“There are people whose clocks stop at a certain point in their lives.”
– Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve, French literary critic
Image from Flickr by oatsy40.
As I sit in my favorite chair writing this, it’s Sunday February 2nd. That’s right, it’s Groundhog Day.
But I’m not referring to that little furry creature, Punxsutawney Phil, or whether he saw his shadow. Instead, I want to describe the movie Groundhog Day, starring Bill Murray, which is a bit of a guilty pleasure for me.
If you’ve not seen the (ahem) “masterpiece,” the moral of the story is that until Phil Connors (Bill Murray) changes his ways, he will be destined to live a life that is making him a bit insane by being the same person he’s always been before – i.e. his clock has stopped.
How can you put a fresh battery in your life clock to make the very most of the time remaining to live life to its fullest?