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Time is one of those relative things we all take for granted. Whatever we have to suffer through, it passes by slowly. Whatever we’re having fun at, it passes by a little too fast. In any case, time still moves at the same rate as it always has from the beginning of…well…time…till the end of it. I could give you the whole detail on the theory of relativity here, but I would be just talking out of my ears. Instead here is something to consider about about the time that you have and I’m only going to say this once.
There isn’t enough time in the world for everyone.
Day in day out we ration our time, ration the actions of what we do with out time down to the things we set in priority of each other. In short,the more responsibilities we have as we grow older, the less time we have for ourselves, the less time we have left to devote to our wants, but instead devote to the needful things. At the end of it, you can’t do anything about it. That’s the way the world works. Unless you have a way of gaining more time, we’re stuck with the clock ticking on us every second.
The only thing you can do is stop taking time for granted. If the past can’t be returned and the future yet to be determined. The only thing we have left is what we have now. The singlular moments that we can choose to slide into the past or appreciate and preserve for ourselves. Don’t let time slip by without appreciating its moments. Time is always relative it will always move foward even if you won’t choose to. Appreciate those moments in which you experience. The world would be a much bigger place than what you see it to be in those passing moments.
Keep that eternity in the palm of your hand. The rest of which is always negotiable.
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