Make The Most of This Life


Time. The adage that the best things in life can be had for nothing is accurate. In actuality, the greatest neglected and underappreciated present of all is the free gift this life has to offer.

Have you ever actually looked up the definition of time in a dictionary? The term, to my astonishment, didn’t match my initial ideas of timing. Though time is considerably more than just a measured quantity, we frequently think of it in terms of minutes or hours.

The online dictionary states:

When viewed as a totality, time is the unending progression of existence and events in the past, present, and future. We wouldn’t be able to exist without time; we would just “be”. Existence is more than just being a physical creature. To exist is to advance through life, to continuously develop as a person, and to learn from our existence every day while keeping in mind that our time here is limited.

Age has taught me that time doesn’t seem to slow down or remain at a constant speed; rather, it only seems to accelerate up. The weeks’ worth of days that seemed to drag on for weeks pass past in an instant. Vacations that formerly felt so lengthy that you couldn’t wait to return “home” no longer feel long enough. Time never really slows down, you see, that much is true. The situation never changes. We have only 86,400 seconds in a day, and while we cannot control time, we can influence how we choose to use those seconds. We have control over how much we exist, how much we change over time, and, most importantly, how to stop waiting for the ideal moment to benefit from life’s greatest gift.

There is no specific “right time” to begin existing. There is no “right time” to use what we have learned from the past to build better futures. Since time is in constant motion, the ideal moment is always right now. So don’t wait for the “right time” to change. to express feelings to a person. to begin a new section. more time should be spent with the people that mean the most to you. Stop putting off learning to appreciate the undeserved gift that humans have been given, which we frequently fail to appreciate adequately. You will let time slip through your fingers faster than you can blink and be stuck in the past or present as each day and second slips by without any action being taken.

Time isn’t a quantifiable unit, after all, according to the definition. Time works continuously to maintain existence. then begin to exist. Because there is never a “right time,” you should start creating the appropriate moments rather than waiting for what you consider to be the correct ones. Otherwise, you will spend the rest of your life “being” in the present rather than moving forward. It’s possible that you have no influence over when the sun rises or sets, but you can manage and learn to make the most of time, the best and most uncomplicated gift life has to offer.

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. sicetnon3 says:

    How might our perspective change if time isn’t real?

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    1. GS says:

      Time is often represented internally with the metaphor of a line. We literally see a time stretching out into the future, along which we place the events of our life. The line may be straight or curved. It may be one, two or three-dimensional.


      1. Sicetnon3 says:

        Please tell me about a three dimensional line

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      2. GS says:

        A straight line in 3D can be exclusively determined only if it flows through two known points or it has been progressing through a single point but in a certain direction. The equations of such lines in 3D are usually determined in two forms, vector form and Cartesian form.


  2. Rochdalestu says:

    Time is something we say “I don’t have time” or “what time do you want to meet?” It’s something we relate to as a concept to organise our lifestyle. In the sense of clock time it’s not something that exists as past and future aren’t real only the present. We just have to look at animals in the wild who have no concept of clock time yet have survived as long as us. It’s become a construct we’ve grown reliant on and one we’d struggle greatly with if it was taken away

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    1. GS says:

      Time gives us perspective. We begin to prioritize what is most important to us. It gives us something to look forward to. We think about our career, goals, and love. Time changes two strangers into best friends, and friendships into marriages. It turns an idea into reality. Time makes us cherish every living moment. It makes a glimpse of our life feel much longer. Although we often refer to time as a quantity, time is more than just a number on a clock. It is a growing memory, containing every emotion from every moment of our lives that we can reflect on whenever we desire.

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  3. drvenkypens says:

    Time is multidimensional and beyond the grasp of our ordinary thoughts. A brief history of time by Steven Hawking changes our mindset towards time

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    1. GS says:

      The message that I wanted to hit home was not wait for something to happen in life to so something else

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