HAVING minimal time to reflect when one prepares for a quality assurance visit, I realize time is a truly exhaustible resource. Yesterday, I received a friendly text — an observation about time which read something like this: In the past, only a few wear wristwatches. And there seemed to be plenty of time. Today, almost everyone wears a wristwatch and there is hardly any time left. Ages ago, when there were hardly any time pieces to wear, people seemed to have much more time than we do have these days. Mankind’s activities revolve around time. Every second that passes by is time. Time is a culture. Whether what we mean by time is clock time, or eons, ages, centuries, the various synonyms attest that time has been with us from the beginning of creation. And so it has earned many meanings to us. However, let’s limit our conversation to time orientations – present, past and future. Some individuals are oriented to the present. Hence, to them, the past and the future are not of any significance. What’s important is the present. No need even to make a wish since the future cannot be otherwise than what has been determined by… Read full this story
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