Imagine a bank that gives you $86,400 every morning. All that money you have to use. At night, the bank will wipe out the remaining money you haven’t used for a day. Guess what, what are you going to do? Of course, spent all that borrowed money.
Each of us has such a bank; named time. Every morning, it will give you 86,400 seconds. At night he will delete the remaining time that you don’t use, because he didn’t give you the rest of the time. He also did not give extra time. Every day he will open a new account for you. Every night he would scorch what was left. If you don’t use it, then the loss will fall on you.
You can’t take it back. Also, you can’t ask for a “down payment” for the next day. You have to live in a stash today. The clock is ticking. Therefore, invest your time well.
To know the importance of a year, ask students who fail classes.
To know the importance of a month, ask mothers who give birth prematurely.
To know the importance of a week, ask the editor of a weekly magazine.
To know the importance of an hour, ask a lover waiting to meet.
To know the importance of a minute, ask people who missed the train.
To know the importance of a second, ask the person who has just avoided an accident.
To know the importance of milliseconds, ask an Olympic silver medalist.
Always cherish your time and make the best use of it. Never waste it.
“Be very careful, then, how you live not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil.“
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