What does our time now mean?

As I played with my kids this morning I wondered what the nuclear alarm in Hawaii the other day means. It was an alarm, not an actual attack. Yet, the world is practicing these again. The President of this country continued golfing when he heard about the alarm going off. He boasted about the size of his nuclear button when North Korea's Kim boasted about his own. It's a pissing match playing with the lives of potentially millions of people. Here I was, playing with my kids. 

The Pope, who I seem to be quoting a lot lately, had this to say "I think we are at the very limit. I am really afraid of this. One accident is enough to precipitate things."

What would you be doing with your time if you knew you had 30 days left to live?

How about 10?

How about 1?

Does it matter?

I, for one, think it does. I'm going to get back to playing with my kids.