Value of Time summary

Value of Time summary

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  • Date Submitted: 04/29/2013 10:54 PM
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Time goes first
Time goes slow
Times sees people die
Time sees the grass grow
Introduction:The value of time in our life and in this world knows no bound. The time has started it’s march from the very beginning of the creation of the world. This very ancient march has no end. But we have been sent to this world for a very short time . So, we have no alternative to make our life successful without the proper use of time.

The value of time: For time’s restless motion, the life is too precious to the human beings. Time is out of limit but the life is limited. In it’s one side there is birth, on the other the death waits for us. Time is constructed between the rule of birth and death. People want the time which lasts for ever but they don’t exist to the last. Here is the utmost tragedy of human life .
The poet says
(Time Time Time)
Time timetime
Make time, give time , take time out
Win time, cost time, the time of your life
Spend time, sell time, the good times and the bad
(Shaun William Hayes)
Another poet Suinburn says that “ His life is a vision or a watch between a sleep and a sleep”
Here they both mention about the importance of time. “Shaun William” says to win time, to make time, to sell time with the good times and the bad. He express with advice to know the time better and to utilize the time at a proper moment.
Again “Suinburn” defines the time related with life. Life exits between a blink of eyes. It cannot be caught. Sometimes it is lost before proper understanding of it’s use and importance.

Time never stays for anybody. It just goes on and on. The proper saying goes-“ Time and tide wait for none. Time ones lost is lost for ever. Lost health, wealth etc may be regained.But lost time never comes back. A boy being to his lesson will surely find someday that he has lost the opportunity or time to make himself learned. That is way, there is a wise advice,...

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