If you haven't seen the classic Bill Murray film Groundhog Day (recently or ever), you should. It is a great exploration of a simple concept of time. What would you do if you had an endless amount of the same day?
According to Dan Rubin, one of the screenwriters of Groundhog Day, Phil Conners is doomed to repeat the same day for 10,000 years. And, as A. O. Scott the NYTimes film critic points out, Phil Conners progresses through a series of emotional responses from confusion, to reckless glee, to taking advantage of it, to existential despair, and finally to maturity and wisdom.
How much do you live in TODAY? I know I could do better. Good thing I always have today to work on it.