Here's an excerpt from the book, from a chapter called: "If You Love Me, You'll Spend Time with Me":
Somebody once said that the busier your day, the greater will be your need to pray. That is so counterintuitive for people living in a busy culture like ours. When I have a busy day, my inclination is to hit the floor running—not kneeling.
But, in reality, that is as foolish as dashing out the door to an important meeting across town, shouting over my shoulder, “I don’t have time to get in the car, strap myself in, turn it on, and all that. I’ve got to go now!” Sure, I could run down my driveway, and even get to the corner, before my husband could reach it by car. But he would very soon pass me by and leave me miles behind. (And just imagine what a sight I’d be, by the time I got there!)
Making prayer your top priority is like getting into God’s car and asking Him to take you where you need to go and get done what needs to be done—which, come to think of it, He knows better than we do.