Thursday, March 17, 2005

The importance of Time

Time is a thief. It passes second by second. Tic, tic, tic. Whether we pay attention to it or not it will pass away. When God creates a human being the first thing He appoints for it is time. From the day we are born to the time we are taking our last breath, we are consuming time. The free will of spending that time is given to us. Some people go through a sea of trouble trying to figure out how to spend the appointed time.

Time is gold for those who take full advantage of it. Time is a trip to hell for those who can not mange it nor use it. We should live each and every day as a lifetime, because death reaches us when we are in the bed and yet how amazing is the law of creation that we are given life in the morning.

For me lifetime is a journey on a train. Everyone is given two train tickets. The first ticket is torn off when we as the passengers board the train, when one is born. The second ticket is torn off when we get off the train, when our journey is over and we die. The train stops at its stations for people who have reached their destination, death. Throughout the journey whoever I meet and how I spend my time with is up to me. Throughout this journey we, the passengers, are tested in every way possible. Whether it is time for sorrow or gladness, a time for enjoyment or sadness, or a time for righteousness or badness, we will be tested.


At 3/18/2005 12:30:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is so true


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