Too much time can make the finest of wines or the worst milk. You see time is expensive. Time is worth more than your best dollar. No matter how much money you have, you can never buy more time.
” I just need more time!”
“If I only had a little more time!”
The acknowledgement of time’s worth and importance becomes lost until we run out of it – time to pay the next bill, time to study, time for that big break, time to spend with the ones you care about or more time to get things right.
You exchange time like you exchange money for goods. The last thing you want to do is find yourself saying, “If only I had more time.” The best thing about time is you are free to spend it how you want (in most cases) there is enough of it there for you to make the best of it.
I was once told by an elder to slow down enjoy the time, live in the moment and appreciate it.
There may never be another time to relive that moment you missed because your were in such hurry to get to the destination. When you are trying to meet deadlines or goals, life can become extremely overwhelming to some extent.
It has been my experience that people take notice of your appreciation through time;the time you took to say thank you, hang out or the time you took just to say hello.
The last thing you want to do, is leave the impression that you only time you have is when you are in need or have nothing better to do.
Take a second and think about what you are spending your time on. Where can you improve at? Do you appreciate the time people exchanged for you? How much time do you sacrifice for the things the matter?
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