Time Is Running Out

Time and tide wait for no one; this old adage has been around since we were children. We’ve heard it for years, and it’s only now as we grow older we understand the true value of time. It is critical to understand that time does not wait for anyone. The clock continues to display the time at its own rate. Hours and days pass, and they make no provision for them. They will not wait no matter how many excuses you have.

Similarly, both good and bad times pass as they should! You must learn how to seize an opportunity without letting time slip away while you are busy doing nothing. Remember that time will fly by, and wise people will always be ready to make sure that no opportunity is missed. The tide is relentless. The tide’s resemblance is completed with that of time. Isn’t it true that the sea waves never wait for anyone? The alternating motion of the high tide and low tide continues indefinitely without stopping.

Time continues to fly away in the same way. Your excuses will never be valid, and it is therefore pointless to make excuses later on after the moment has passed. The wise will continue to devote time to the right moment, capturing every opportunity that comes their way. We frequently abandon certain jobs with the intention of completing them later. That is not acceptable! You should have the foresight to realise that time will fly by and you will never get this time back.

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. adrioct says:

    Thank you for sharing with us 👏🥰! God bless you! It’s true all 👏!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. GS says:

      Thank you. God bless you too.

      Like

    1. GS says:

      Most welcome

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  2. sicetnon3 says:

    Better the waves on the ocean than the hands of the clock…

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  3. When I was teaching, I encouraged my students to use their time well. Minutes grow into hours, and then they are gone.

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    1. GS says:

      You have them the best advice

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