“TIME, now or tomorrow” it’s in your hands

Let’s begin this piece with a quote from Jack Korn field “The trouble is, you think you have time

Time is the most available homogenously distributed substance to everyone on planet earth, across zones and races. Time is an invaluable possession, time has been agreed to be equivalent to MONEY. Many think they have a lot of time on their hands to execute that project, pay that visit, make that call, hence they postpone it.

Well, Time is precious and should be treated as such. Sometimes, I feel people do not exactly understand how important and invaluable time is, neither do they understand how inappropriate it is to waste it, both theirs and that of others. Everyone across the globe have twenty four hours available and the way they utilize it determines how their lives and future turns out or will turn out.


They are currently a lot of expository on time management today. This is to ensure that everyone gets a good knowledge of the time on their hands and how best they should utilize it. Understanding that every tick of the second matters, and ought to be used judiciously.

There truly is time for everything, and the ability to align our activities and actions in the available twenty four hours, makes all the difference between the three sets of social status in the world amongst other valuable resources and intangible substances. 

The Wealthy
The Average
The Poor 

So just incase you are good at procrastination. There’s a good chance you are falling in to doom by every second that ticks by. What should be done, is best done now. It’s best not postponed, time wasted cannot be regained.


 Better three hours too soon than a minute too late. – William Shakespeare

So are you thinking of learning that skill, trying out that business, taking that studies, going on that trip, forgiving that man, signing that contract, running that test etc. The best time is NOW! A wise man once said “do not postpone till tomorrow, what you can do today”.

Remember this saying :

It is the time you have wasted for your rose that makes your rose so important. – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince.

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