Time Machine

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Powerful Suggestion.”

What will defines you about time? Variety of things appear in our mind when we think about time. From clock, history, moment, childhood and maybe your ex.

Someone says time cant be reverse, we’ll never go back to our past or any else. While someone also will say time cant be accelerate, we cant go to our future yet cant see it. For me, time can be a powerful machine which can be control by ourselves. It can act as a regulator. You can go to your future yet can go back to your past if you want.

How is it?

First you must know that your action in everyday life is your time. Sleeping, eating, working, dating, reading, blogging are what defines you about time. If you just standing by doing nothing, the time doesn’t change, it remains ticking normally. But if you doing something, then you earn the acceleration.

Let say today you are now 15 years old and you and your friend are generally the same in terms of knowledge and skills. Yup, just a typical teenagers grow up to another human age development level.

Your friends study for 1 hour per day but you study for 3 hours per day.

Your friends spend 0 minutes reading news but you spend for 1 hour per day.

While your friends playing FIFA in the room everyday, you follow your mum go to store buying groceries, cooking for your family and cleaning the house everyday.

Those of the things above gives a contrast between you and your friends in terms of what you’re doing and how you spend your time everyday. The more you work, the more you earn and vice-versa. The more you accelerate your work can sometimes bring you to another age. If you’re going mature and manage to stay nothing without any development, then don’t ask how your junior can be your employer. This show the importance of how you manage your time in everyday life whether to remain constant, slowly backwards or constantly accelerate.

That’s why sometimes we can found people of 18 with 42 years experience. How? they run, not walk.

Time Machine

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