If you avail yourself to time, it will provide all its services to you. As long as there is time for everything, you can do everything within the time allotted to it. The proper management of time is required, for one's gift to empower him. It is the only thing that is impartial. It cannot cheat you.
There Is Time For Everything
Time is the most important commodity in our lives. It is needed for everything. There is time to be born and time to die; time to eat and time to rest; time to play and time to work, and so on. It cannot be stored, because everyone, no matter how rich or poor, spends it the same way. It cannot speed up for the rich or slow down for the poor. It never comes back.
Once the time for any calling comes up to you, you just have to obey. Your gift has a time to fully unfold, and no one can stop it. This is why we are always warned to do the right things at the right time, for them to be meaningful. You cannot expect a toddler, for instance to start riding a bicycle. It simply does not make sense because the time is not right for that. Time creates experience that enables one to accomplish certain tasks and feats.
Time Is Impartial
Everyone has the same number of hours, minutes, seconds, days, weeks, years. Why then should someone complain that he does not have enough time? It is simply because of abuse of time - mismanagement. Every activity takes time to accomplish. So, why the rush?
Albert Einstein, the most influential physicist, stated: "the only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once." Even the Biblical quotation that, "to everything, there is season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven..."(Ecclesiastes 3:1) wonderfully captures the essence of time. In fact, time is the most precious thing in life; it influences every single moment and everything we do. Consequently, we need to value it.
Of great interest here is the quote by Leonardo Da Vinci, an Italian painter, sculptor, architect, musician, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, artist, geologist, cartographer, botanist, philosopher, and writer, widely considered to be one of the greatest painters of all time and perhaps, the most diversely talented person ever to have lived, and, who has often been revered as a man of 'unquenchable curiosity' and 'feverishly inventive imagination'. Among his works, the Mona Lisa, is the most famous portrait, while The Last Su
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