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Quality Time vs. Quantity Time — 4 Comments

  1. What a beautiful thought! And it is so needed in our culture!
    We all desire QUALITY time with others, yet don’t give QUANTITY. We try to shove quality into a ‘sacrificial’ few minutes, walking away disappointed because our expectations are dashed in our rush to other things.
    IF only we’d slow down, enjoy each opportunity of “together” as gifts of special moments.
    I think we’d find “accidents” of quality tucked away in those times.

    And what a dimension of QUALITY the gift would be if we considered more time, a QUANTITY of time with our very best FRIEND, the Lord Jesus, through His precious WORD, the Bible.

    Thanks for the reminder!

  2. Just recalled another surprise when spending time with children. It’s a treat to hear what they remember of time together and often, they surprise me with what I missed, something I took for granted, did out of necessity, or did without much thought, yet, it meant QUALITY to them and when they recall the memory, it spills out with such love!

  3. Hey Tina,

    Wonderful! You should link this post up in my homeschool link up! I put the URL under the website heading. Time is something I so often take for granted. I have so little of it. Thanks for the reminder. My baby reminds me frequently when I am furiously blogging and he comes over and tries to shut my laptop. He wants me to spend time with him.

    No matter what I’m doing, I stop and make sure I play/hold and love all the kids.

    Thank also for the free printable!

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