What do you do when you have not got anything to do? Where do you go when you have not got anywhere to go? How do you spend the time you have that has not already been allocated to doing things like chores, commitments, family, shopping, or work? If you have the opportunity to do what you want what do you choose? Something that will make time go by fast, or something that will make time go slow? People who have an incredibly busy and frenetic work day may choose to spend their time off resting their feet, switching off their mind, while listening to music, while reading books, while playing games, or while watching films or something on TV, as they engage in escaping from reality. People who spend their time in their professional life perhaps wearing a uniform, or a shirt and tie from the hours of 9 to 5, might be among those inclined to do things that take them out of their comfort zone and push their senses and their instincts to the limit... people who don't get to do any physical activity during their working week might get up on a weekend morning and immediately feel drawn to go to the gym, to go for a bike ride, or to go for a walk or a run just so they can feel the exhilaration of revitalising their body, their mind, and their spirit. For some people, when they have time to spare, they like to bond with their family while doing something that love to share, whether that is an indoor or an outdoor activity - however just as long as they are within close proximity to one another and having fun that is all that matters and even if it is raining they would rather be with who they want to be with, where they want to be, and doing what gives their life meaning... for some people the moments when they are not thinking about others are few and far between, and that is why they do not get the chance to close their eyes and think about what they might want to do for themselves - but even those people who work all hours that God sends in order to provide for their family do find brief seconds and minutes to make the most of the gift of some "down time" which always picks them back up again.