To be much like Christ, we must be much with Christ.
Attachment to Christ is the secret of detachment from the world.
In fact, you know you are in serious need of a Quiet Time when you don't have time!
Jesus speaking to His disciples said "Come ye yourselves apart to a desert place, and rest a little." (Mk KJV) The Quiet Time is a place to "come apart" from the world and rest in Jesus.
And so although we must live in the world, we must draw our strength from outside the world.
As Charles Hummel wisely said "Adequate time for daily waiting on God…
He once made this statement that explained the secret of his lifelong vitality — and ours: Abandon the secret chamber, and the spiritual life will decay. (Robert Morgan) Consider the man who had the motto "No Bible, no breakfast." Now I don't have a problem with taking in some physical nourishment before you take in spiritual nourishment.
A form of peaceful protest that involves sitting down and occupying space, often preventing access to a business or public space.
Sit-ins are a common form of protest in the US, and have been around since the late 1930s.
Quiet Time ("QT"): Aka "Daily Devotions", "Personal Devotions," "The Morning Watch" - This term describes the practice of having a daily appointment with the Lord, a regular period of communion with God through Bible study, meditation and prayer (e.g., see Seven Minutes with God).
The primary objective of Quiet Time should be intimate fellowship with God.
History: “The Greensboro sit-in was a civil rights protest that started in 1960, when young African-American students staged a sit-in at a segregated Woolworth’s lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina, and refused to leave after being denied service.