That is a reflection of what I have not been doing with my time lately.
Truth be told, I've been wasting it. Wasting it on watching (for the second time) The Office.
I am so OCD in this way: I watched my favorite episode, which happens to be Beach Day (season 4?), and then I just had to watch every single following episode available to me instantly via Netflix. Sad, I know!
Last night I read (half of) a conference talk in the November Ensign. Something that really hit home
in a Crap!-I-better-repent-now! kind of way was this part:
These statements express the reality that our life on earth is a stewardship of time and choices granted by our Creator. The wordstewardship calls to mind the Lord’s law of consecration (see, for example, D&C 42:32, 53), which has an economic role but, more than that, is an application of celestial law to life here and now (see D&C 105:5). To consecrate is to set apart or dedicate something as sacred, devoted to holy purposes. True success in this life comes in consecrating our lives—that is, our time and choices—to God’s purposes (see John 17:1, 4; D&C 19:19). In so doing, we permit Him to raise us to our highest destiny.
High time I trade out most of my merely-amusing-myself time for something of more substance, don't you think?