Monday, September 05, 2005

Thoughts On Time

"Time is an equal opportunity employer.
Each human being has exactly
the same number of hours and minutes every day.
Rich people can't buy more hours.
Scientists can't invent new minutes.
And you can't save time to spend it on another day.

Even so, time is amazingly fair and forgiving.
No matter how much time you've wasted in the
past, you still have an entire tomorrow."

- Denis Waitely -


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interesting take on time. it really stops and make one think. enjoy life!


At Thursday, September 08, 2005, Blogger Harish Palaniappan said...

nice quotes on time.. every line looked at the insides of time.

thanks for sharing it.
nice reading your blog.

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At Saturday, September 10, 2005, Blogger Tammy said...

I love your these "Thoughts on Time" My children taught these to me! I will forever be their student. (They were born with Fragile-X Syndrome--yess all 3 and life has never been normal--but then what is normal I sure don't know anymore!) Anyway, boy as my pace in life slowed down enough to enjoy every minute.

At Saturday, September 10, 2005, Blogger Orikinla Osinachi. said...

Now how can the unfortunate people in New Orleans relate with that?

Time favours some people and does not favour others.

Realities will decide the value of time.

What is time?

How we spend time is the value of time.

The rich and powerful determine the way most of the time is spent.

The rich and powerful left town before the catastrophic hurricane Katrina descended on the poor and powerless.

Now all the thousands of people in the Gulf Coast had their timeplans before the disaster.

If someone gives another person all the time in the world and then locks up the person in the dungeon and dies without anyone knowing about that person in the dungeon, what will happen to the jail bird doing time?

Mandela was a young lawyer when he was arrested and detained on Robben Island in racist South Africa for over 24 years and he was released when he had become old. The best years of his life were spent in bondage. And his wife Winnie was no longer the same when he came out to see her.
The grapes had become sour grapes of wrath.

The rich and powerful rulers and employers have deprived the poor masses their precious time.

Poor labourers are being paid starvation wages in Asia producing American goods such as Addidas and Nike and most of them would have preferred to go to college. But now they have no time to do so, because they have been deprived of the tools to manage and maximize their time in life. Whereas the children of the American executives of Addidas and Nike are having the best time of their lives to go to Ivy League schools, colleges and end up in Havard, MIT or Princeton. They graduate to take over the management of their fathers' corporations and the vicious circle continues in time. And only very few of those poor labourers or their children will succeed to break out of this vicous circle of Capitalism.

Circumstances will decide the eventualities of our time and not time itself.

For time is itself abstract.

An empty hour glass cannot keep the time.


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