As of late, I have been digging into some Norwegian culture, and more specifically “Sophie’s World” by Jostein Gaarder. This book is an absorbing introduction to philosophy, that has caused me to consider different areas of life. One of the sentences that had me cogitating was one by David Hume, describing some of what is happening in our minds as:
a bundle or collection of different perceptions, which succeed one another with an unconceivable rapidity, and are in perpetual flux and movement.
Sophie’s World p272
Well, if this is happening in me, then my goal in life is to include, or rather acknowledge Jesus in as many of these perceptions as possible. Another person to have voiced this thought is Frank Laubach, missionary in the Philippines (only American missionary to be honored on a US postage stamp). In his pamphlet “The Game with Minutes” he invited Christians to attempt keeping God in mind for at least one second of every minute of the day.
You should try it! It is a challenge to keep up, but it is a great blessing! Here is the pamphlet for you to download:[a href=”http://hockleys.org/wp-content/uploads/Game_with_Minutes.pdf” style=”small” title=”Download The Game With Minutes – PDF” target=””]Dowload the Game with Minutes – PDF[/a]
The download of the Game with Minutes is incomplete. I have the book. There are several pages missing and your download ends in an incomplete sentence.
Hello! Thanks for your message. The file is not meant to be the whole book. I corrected the last sentence and re-uploaded…Thanks again!
Hey! It is complete now 🙂
Hi, Can I get the ‘several pages missing’? I tried to get the pamphlet, but I couldn’t. I want to read complete writing of the Game with minutes. Help me^^
Hey SangOok, I think that this is actually the full pamphlet…it was just missing the last letter 🙂
Hey! I updated to the full version now!
It is on page 17-27 (9-19 on the page references on the bottom of the page)
Hey, thanks so much! I have just updated with the full version here from the pdf that you sent me! Be blessed!
I’m interested in knowing where you got this material. I have a number of friends that could use it and I’d like to make copies. Is it copyrighted in any way?
Hi James! I found it spread across the internet. I don’t think it’s copyrighted, since it was a pamphlet written in the 1950’s, and not printed by any publisher. Feel free to copy it, hope it can be a blessing!
I absolutely love it…it is life-changing for me and I want everyone God brings into my life to have the same opportunity.