Having A Respect For Time


Noun: The indefinite continued progress of existence and events in the past, present, and future regarded as a whole.
Verb: Plan, schedule, or arrange when (something) should happen or be done: “the first race is timed for 11:15″.

Tuesday Newsday it is again.
Moving on to the next phase of the mission requires that I get my thoughts in order for the upcoming month and season, so consider this as my own personal insight and self analysis which I am leaving on the table for others who may find it interesting and useful.

Turning a negative into a positive, the whole on going debate regarding the end of the world and it’s exact time and date and countless predictions of it over the years can be seen as a great opportunity to focus on the value of what individuals would show to be or have been in fear of loosing should the end of the world become an actual reality, and that thing is known to us as TIME.

Recently, while receiving an estimate for some upgrades here around the house, the salesman stated the reasons as to why he bases so much of his character and work ethic on getting the job done effectively and in a time efficient manner, and what he said was that in all of his years in business, he just learned to have respect for people and their time, which in my honest opinion is one of the most valid and accurate selling points of all points made and sold.

We each have our own individual ideas and assessments in regards to who, what, and where is important and is worthy of an investment of what is said to be our most valuable resource, which again was shown as important at which point the idea of loosing it came into question and debate regarding the end of the world, which is the resource of time, a resource which once spent, can not be regained.

A whole books worth of content can and perhaps should be dedicated to this concept and subject alone, yet for the sake of this entry and having a respect for your time as a reader as well as mine as a writer, I will keep it brief and allow each the opportunity to evaluate the actual value of their own resource of time and the ways in which it is being invested as well as the actual returns being gained or lost on those investments.

This public service is cooperatively provided by the two time agencies of the United States: a Department of Commerce agency, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and the U. S. Naval Observatory (USNO). Readings from the clocks of these agencies contribute to world time, called Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). The time maintained by both agencies should never differ by more than 0.000 0001 seconds from UTC (see recent comparisons).

Source : www.time.gov

A different perspective to invest some time into considering.