Tuesday, 4 April 2017

f(t): Function of Time

Time is the best yet most strict teacher in life. Its value lies in its irreversibility.
Every moment, every event, every feeling, to be more general every thing is a function of time. Earth is a function of time resulting in a habitable place. Geo morphological phenomena is a function of time resulting in changing landscape. A river makes its way through hardest of the hard rocks with the power of time. All the mathematical equations are function of time talking about ΔT. All economics studies on comparative figures are based on time. 
Pick a subject, and you can attribute its essence in time.

Healing is also a function of time. A relation develops and deteriorates over time. Emotions fade in and fade out over the time.

Time is something God has granted to everyone without any discrimination leaving the discretion to us what to do with that. Life is made up of time, smallest unit being moment.  Good times, bad times are just the labeling of a phase. In reality, time is the most unbiased and neutral entity.

Right time is the key to achieving any goal. When a person is on death bed, the only thing he regrets is "Had I done this at that time, I would have been happy".  If you play around time, it will hit you like anything at some other time.

Indeed, time is a fourth dimension, present in every tangible and intangible object. It explains why should we write date and time on the top of any page, why diaries can be a beautiful gift to someone, why to make timetable before planning something big. Time indeed has a wonderful way to show what really matters. 

I will try my best to give respect to time which is an incredible inspiration to everyone. 

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  2. Well said Mam. But to realize this, we have to suffer deepest pain.

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