So far, it adds up to 154 hours — not counting the time taken with personal care, conversations over the phone, going to the bathroom, shopping, going to church, idleness, playing games or sports, among other things. You can see there’s not much time left for anything else.
Where’s the family in this equation?
Usually, what happens is that we try to fit it in during or between other activities. In short, the attention our family receives is either divided or partial.
It’s no wonder that marital problems, issues between parents and children and among siblings are finding their way in the midst of households. When we least expect it, we’re living like strangers inside our home. We’re out of sync; one does not know much about the other. Husband and wife are distant, parents are unaware of what’s going on with their children, the house becomes like a hotel.
During this 21-day retreat, you will work hard to change this. Since you’re taking a break from useless information and entertainment, you will focus your attention on the people who are closest to you:
In short, make time for your family, and even after the 21 days are over, continue setting time aside to have special moments just among yourselves at least once a week. It’s an investment that will bring lots of results. Give it a try.
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