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Buying Time.

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'Time' a thing which makes the world go round with its ticking. Well, yeah it  does make us obey it. And normally when you are a grown up its when you feel you are getting less of the so called  the 'time' to do everything and just anything.
We often hear people say ' I am running late, I have no time now, I have to do this as soon as possible and so on'. why? why are people all rushing for? I mean why can't they take it slow. I know 'Time is a precious thing' but, this precious thing is putting a halt for us to enjoy all those precious moment in a slow manner.
Well, I was one of those people who wanted things to be done as soon as possible without wasting much ado,  I was literally always in hurry because I don't wish to waste 'Time'.. But, then it was until I realized that I was going wrong. I sometime call up my friends to ask them on how their life is , and most of the replies I get is , been busy lately' or 'am sorry I didn't have the time to call you back and whatsoever' (Period). It is okay to be busy but, don't you think you are been so involved in making life that you fail to enjoy those little moments that's actually making your life.
 Or say you are so busy that you forgot to live the life you are making. it was only after a while I got to ponder on it more deeply, I started to take things as slowly as possible ( not that slow enough to miss the train though ) . I started to feel more lighter and relaxed and in fact I got to enjoy those "My' moments without hurrying.
I decided to buy some time for my self whenever possible and got to learn about myself on what I wanted to do, which would have not happened had I been so busy with life. For every little second of your life is to be treasured for. So, why not take it slow and feel it go, you never know you might not get to have the space for yourself once you decides to give it up in the hand of the ticker. For what matters is not what you did but, how you did it, that too with ease. You may not have all the time of the world but, you certainly  do have the liberty to choose the  timings for yourself.
So, for those who feel you are running out of time or don't have enough of it... do care to buy some for yourself... for you might not want to miss what it feels like, to be 'Timeless'.

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