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stephen
66 Bacup, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 27 - 45
Occupation: IT / Communications
There was a philosophy professor who was giving a lecture. In front of him he had a big glass jar. He started off by filling up the jar with the golf balls and when they reached the rim of the jar he held it up to the students and asked them if the jar was full. They all agreed, there was no more room to put golf balls in, it was full. Is it full? He then picked up tub of small pebbles and poured these in jar so that they filled the space around the golf balls. "Is the jar full now?" he asked. The group of students all looked at each other and agreed that the jar was now completely full. Is it really full? The professor then picked up another container, this time it had sand in it. He poured the sand in between the pebbles and the golf balls and once again he held up the jar to his class and asked if it was full. Once again the students agreed that the jar was full. "Are you sure it’s full?" he asked. He finally picked up a bottle of wine and tipped the wine into the jar until it filled up all the remaining space. The students laughed. Filling up your Life The professor then went on to explain the experiment. "This jar represents your life," he said. "And the golf balls represent the things in your which are really important, these are the things that have real value. Like your family, friends and your health. The pebbles are things like your mortgage, job, car, clothes and so forth. The sand represents all the other small stuff." Make Room for the Important"If you fill the jar up first with the sand or pebbles then you won’t have space for the stuff which matters most. So you must always remember to first make room for the things which are most important in your life first." "Spend time with your children; make time to paint or to go on walks, take your partner out for a meal. What is your hobby or passion? What reconnects you with life? If you don’t spend time on these," he said lifting up a golf ball. "Then you’ll find your life swamped with the little stuff." Keep time for your friends. "What about wine?" asked one of the students. "I’m glad you asked about that," he replied. "Because, remember that no matter how busy you are you’ve always got time for a glass of wine with friends
Jack
34 Lambeth, London (Greater), United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 20 - 35
Occupation: IT / Communications
Hanson
38 Westminster, London (Greater), United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 18 - 23
Occupation: IT / Communications
Terence
60 Burnley, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 29 - 48
Occupation: IT / Communications
AZ
43 Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 25 - 40
Occupation: IT / Communications
Andrew
58 Chorley, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Seeking: 18 - 60
Occupation: IT / Communications
dan
45 Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 22 - 34
Occupation: IT / Communications
Micheal
34 Eastbourne, East Sussex, United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 18 - 35
Occupation: IT / Communications
ally
51 Havant, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 23 - 39
Occupation: IT / Communications
Samuel
22 Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 18 - 30
Occupation: IT / Communications
James
54 Kensington and Chelsea, London (Greater), United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 18 - 26
Occupation: IT / Communications
Mark
33 City of London, London (Greater), United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 20 - 35
Occupation: IT / Communications
Steve
67 Bath, Avon, United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 32 - 55
Occupation: IT / Communications

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