IndiansinKuwait.com  - India Kuwait News and updates

Time and Tide Waits for None

Fida Ancy, IIK Young Contributor
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Time and Tide Waits for None

Time and tide waits for none is a common proverb that I bet that you have heard at least once in your life. You could have heard it from one of your teachers at school or from your mom or dad at home or even in the internet. Either way, you must have pondered over the proverb for at least a few minutes. So, have you ever wondered about the connection between time and tides?

Even though there might not be anything common between them at first glance, time and tides are more similar than we realize. Tides drift across the surface of the ocean without any restriction. No one can stop them or bend their will. Time is just like tides too. No one can stop time, no matter how much they try. They both are unstoppable. Our only option is to go along with them.

Time plays a very important part in our lives. In fact, the whole world runs along with time. In today’s competitive era, everyone wants to be at the very top. We often consider our fellow competitors as our enemies, but in reality, we all have a common enemy, that is……….time. Time acts against all of us. If we stop to take a rest or simply because we are too tired, we get left behind and it will be very difficult to get back on track. For most of us, there is no time to sleep, no time to complete our homework or a project or no time to do anything at all.

So, how do we solve this? One of the best ways to use time to our advantage is time management. Managing time requires us to draw up a timetable, set deadlines, prioritize activities and make sure that we actually follow them.

But timetables mean nothing if we don’t really do things on time. So, we always have to be punctual. When others are waiting for us and we are late for a meeting or a presentation or a movie we as well as others loose valuable time. And that is something we should never do because even a few minutes may make a big difference for them.

The main problem we face in today’s world is laziness. Sometimes, we are just too tired to do things and we postpone it to another day without a second thought. This procrastination is very harmful for us and can affect our productivity. When we keep postponing things, they eventually pile up and we have to do it all at once. After all, a stitch in time saves nine.

Now, I am sure that you all are wondering if this actually works. Can we truly complete all our work, each and every thing we have to do in time? I can assure you that you can, because I myself practice time management. I wake up early every morning and begin planning my day. If there are too many things to be done, I prioritize. I draw up a carefully plan timetable and follow it throughout the entire day. There is not only work, but also entertainment. After all, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”. At the end of the day, I am satisfied. I have completed all my work and am content.

After all, time is the closet companion of every successful person. There are many talented and hardworking people around the globe. But some of them miss their opportunities just because they were late to catch it. For instance, a person may forget to pack their bags the day before for a trip. But in the end, they might miss the time and lose their money just because they forgot to be prepared. Hence, timing is very important in every day of our lives.

Therefore, in the end, it is time that shapes our entire life. Our life is short, so each and every minute counts. In that time available to us, we have to utilize every second. We can only reach great heights in life if we manage time properly. So, use time wisely and make it count.

“Time is free, but it’s priceless.

You can’t own it, but you can use it.

You can’t keep it, but you can spend it.

Once you have lost it, you can never get it back.”


Disclaimer:Statements and opinions expressed in the article are those of the authors and written by them; the author is solely responsible for the content in this article. IndiansinKuwait.com does not hold any responsibility for them.
Read this article online at

Express your comment on this article

Submit your comments...
     
Disclaimer: The views expressed here are strictly personal and IndiansinKuwait.com does not hold any responsibility on them. We shall endeavour to upload/publish as many of the comments that are submitted as possible within a reasonable span of time, but we do not guarantee that all comments that are submitted will be uploaded/published. Messages that harass, abuse or threaten other members; have obscene, unlawful, defamatory, libellous, hateful, or otherwise objectionable content; or have spam, commercial or advertising content or links are liable to be removed by the editors. We also reserve the right to edit the comments that do get published. Please do not post any private information unless you want it to be available publicly.

Community News
 

Indian social forum organised Blood Donation Camp in association with central blood bank kuwait on Friday, 7th August 2020. ...

Center for India Studies is organising a Webinar on Gulf NRIs – Current Problems and Possibilities" . Analysing the Compl...

Durrar Toastmasters Club (Club#4413490, Area-29, Division-H) in collaboration with Limelighter Gavel Club(Bhavans Kuwait) co...

Kuwait Odisha Association (KOA) annual general election for the year 2020-21 was discussed remotely online through zoom and ...

The historic charter flight arranged totally free by Welfare Kerala Kuwait has touched down Kozhikkode airport's tabletop ru...