Early to bed, Early to rise. What?

Early to bed, early to rise, what?

“So teach me to number my days, that I might apply my heart unto wisdom” (Psalm 90:12).

You don't count your days, you number your days and make your years count.

Then can it be said that you lived.

Then can it be said that you lived.

Then can it be said that you lived.

There is no celebration for someone who achieved.

There is no celebration for someone who achieved at eighty.

What he would have achieved at age twenty.

Since there must be a doing, why do it when you are old?

I think it is of uttermost benefit to the door to have an early start-the-doing-and-on early finish, leading to a lifetime celebration Early to Bed, Early to Rise is a wake-up call to everyone to make the most of them now for you don't learn to walk at age twenty, you should be aiming at touch of the skies.

Early to Bed, Early to rise alludes to the past that life is in phases. There are times and seasons. Don't die at age twenty and get buried at age eighty. No

Start Now! Rise Now! Live forever.

--Jasper Abiahu



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