Time is everything - Quarantino

Time has been the most important concept of my life. It spares the people who utilize it and destroys the people who disrespects it. 
Time is a relative concept too and this is felt by all of us. When you think time is going too fast or too slow, it’s just based on what influences you to feel that way. Like time flys when you prepare for test but clock freezes as one sits through a difficult session. Time is long and short too. For example: “oh I am having the time of my life” can be said by a student who is longing to play football or basketball. Conversely, “Oh this math period is taking too much time, I don’t have the patience to sit here” can be said by the same person later during the day. Notice that the time period for playing football and the math class is similar. The relationship with time must be friendly because time is like a pet dog seeking for attention. If you pay attention to the dog then he rewards you but if you treat the dog in a harsh manner it will bite you in your nose.
There is a saying, “ every day is a new day”, keeping our minds on that we all get 86400 seconds each day and it’s up to us how we utilize it. I am using it effectively by making a schedule keeping all the important things I need to do during the first half of the day and playing music during the second half of the day. Time will be helpful, if and only if you maintain a steady stable relationship with it. Like in the case of project work. If I procrastinate by saying, “I have 7 days, that’s enough time to complete it”, time will slap across my face and punish me without me knowing about that.
Time is unidirectional and can never be brought back, only spending it wisely can get you money, fame and success.
I would like to write down something I found on the internet telling the readers the value of time:
To understand the importance of 1 year, ask a student who failed a grade
To understand the importance of 1 month, ask a mother who lost her child in the final month
To understand the importance of 1 week, ask the editor of a newspaper company
To understand the importance of 1 hour, ask the mother who is longing to talk to her son
To understand the importance of 1 minute, ask the passenger who missed the train
To understand the importance of 1 second, ask a taxi driver who just avoided an accident
To understand the importance of 1 millisecond, ask the athlete who won a silver medal
Don’t fail to understand the importance of time, like Dr APJ Abdul Kalam once said, “Life and time are the best teachers because life teaches us how to make good use of time and time teaches us the real value of time”.   A two line poem written by  Kabir Das says, “Whatever you want to do tomorrow, do it today and whatever you want to do today, do it now because when you waste time, no one can rescue you.”
I know that some of you people might be thinking that, “We heard these proverbs so many times” to which I will reply by saying one small thing; every night before going to sleep lie down on you bed and think about the activities you did for that day, if you can remember everything you did for that day, excellent you made good use of time but if you cannot then try to remember that you are not the only one because you did your best on that day but you could not remember that. It is proven that, it takes 21 days to improve a habit or a skill”. Luckily we have got that much time in hand due to the Corona Virus and lockdowns. So practice a skill, put a good amount to time, enjoy the process and you will certainly add a new skill in your character.