TIME WILL TELL
I pray that one day my dreams will come true and that all this pain was worth it in the end.
There are so many things in life that we have to learn from and get over in order for us to grow and become the person we've always aspired to be. But time is always against us. I'm sure we've all been in the position where there are a billion things we want to do, but there just isn't enough time. We start panicking about all the thing we have to do and glance at any ticking or flashing device only to have a few more heart palpitations. 24 hours just isn't enough.
Interestingly, results and progress will only surface after a period of time. It's been three years since I first picked up my camera to do portraits and I'm so proud to say that I've improved. In high school I hated having to juggle between my 16 different interests and school work, but I pulled through. The past year I was constantly upset and stressed about living so far away from my love (whom I thought I would end up marrying one day), but it was the most wonderful feeling being able to see him for the couple of days I flew down to Perth.
What I'm trying to get at, I think, is that at times (pun intended) time will be a complete loser - you'll want to bash the clock on the wall and throw your phone across your desk and just give up whatever you're doing because you've concluded that you just won't complete it in time. These are moments that will make you realise and learn how precious time is, and what a valuable and limited resource you have in your hands. Once you realise that, you'll work harder to beat the clock. And once that determination kicks in, you're on your way to tasting the sweetness of time (just like cutting open a watermelon).
Time sucks, but it also makes you realise just how good you are.
This seemingly limiting concept that we came up with will fuel you into superman.
So don't waste your time, and get on with what you have to and want to do (You've already wasted a minute reading this).