We all give so much importance to time, more than we should I guess.
Things change all the time and the most important is the final state we reach after each change, how it affects us.
I mean by state our condition as human beings in an individual level.
At the end, the most important will be the states we’ve been through, that can never be forgotten, and not when exactly we’ve been through them or how long did they last. The most important is HOW we got to a state and HOW we deal with it.
Of course many of us are stuck to schedules and deadlines due to work reasons, but we should not bring it to personal level. That’s not how it works.
I think that what makes us feel like we’ve lost time or time is going slowly is the sensation that nothing changed and when the final state we reach is the same as the one from the beginning after some time, or when we’ve been through states that makes us feel bad. And when we feel that time is running fast is because we’ve been through too many different states in a short time, specially the ones that make us feel good.
I think we should worry about the states we wanna reach and not set deadlines for them. One thing may take months for someone and years for somebody else. We don’t have all the same timing.
Time goes by and life ends for everyone. But we shouldn’t focus on it. We’ll be spending time if we don’t focus on the states we wanna reach.