Don’t be fooled by the calendar. There are as many days in a year as you make use of. One man gets a week’s value out of a year while another gets a year’s value out of a week.
– Charles RechardsI
I’ve been pondering over this quote by Charles Rechards all day.
On the 31st December of every year, we have these days of the next year laid before us – a complete 365 days – intact, in its fullness.
On day one of the year, the time begins to tick by, starting with a second through minutes to hours. As the clock ticks by, it’s normal for us to relax, filled with hope that there are still lots of days left in our hands – it’s seconds or minutes or hours that have passed after all – there are still lots of days left.
But through these time measures, the 365 days are been eaten away, just like taking bites off a huge apple, bit by bit.
When half of the apple is eaten – six months have gone and it becomes obvious😳. The year is half gone! It’s now time to finish up. This is the time people exclaim- “How time flies!”
The fact is, time doesn’t fly at all. It moves as should. It only seems as though it has fown by when we’ve not been able to make proper use of it – when we watch it slip through our fingers, like the desert sand. We fail to catch up with it and use it wisely.
When the year is ten months gone, one is likely to begin to make haste, like a millipede hit by something, but then one is already stranded.
Out of three hundred and sixty five years of this year, how many days have you been able to make use of? – That’s exactly the number of days in your year. If you have made good use of ten days, you have only ten days in your calender.
Think about it and put the remaining days in use – it’s funny we have only few days to go but don’t worry too much. If you make good use of one day, it could yield years worth of benefits.
How well you use your time determines how competent you’ll feel when you look back at the end of the year.
Make smart use of your time.