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Finding time to do things or doing things to kill time?

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What’s  your state on time?

(Maybe a time anxious person can better read my question)

  • Finding time to explore more things?
  • Doing something just to kill your time (maybe to escape from someother thing)?
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Author: Akhila

I am flying across the space between words and whipping up whimsical waves of notion to discern the quantum code of my soul.

42 thoughts on “Finding time to do things or doing things to kill time?

  1. I’ve been thinking a lot about time and my non productive uses of it. Trying to keep an eye on that

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  2. The other day a friend told me she kills time every day. I thought that was very sad.

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  3. I start watching the clock when I get into work so I know how much time is left in the day. I never used to do that. Time is valuable I think.

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  4. Definitely the first one. But there have been times when I am guilty of doing just something to kill time too!

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  5. It’s funny actually how our minds are working today. Look up my today’s post and you’ll know what I am talking about.
    Hint: I just know what you are trying to say through this post.

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  6. Not enough of it… 🙂

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  7. I always look for time to do so many things in life.. so many things to learn , so many places to visit.. so many things to do so many people to meet.. I always utilize time to max

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  8. Hmm..good question. I guess finding time to explore more things to satiate the hunger for learning more and more and more……

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  9. Killing time is actually difficult.. i would prefer finding time or rather setting time aside to do/explore new things..

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  10. Happy to meet another time anxious person pragalbha 😉

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  11. I pick the first kind 🙂 Love your question.

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  12. This is indeed a very contemplating statement.
    Sometimes we have time in abundance that we try finding ways to kill it. On the other hand it seems to be slipping from our hands when we have some very important and incomplete tasks left.
    That’s irony.
    time is precious however William Shakespeare has called it “sluttish”.

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    • Actually I cannot see a state like time in abundance or slipping time….at least I don’t have that time in abundance state for sure 😉… so I always find time to do things…nothing is done just for time pass…

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      • After all you play many roles in your life. If I’m right you are a home maker, a wife, a mother , blogger and you live all beautiful relations of this world with utmost Beauty and grace.
        So, I can understand your efforts of stealing time.
        The best thing is that even when you don’t get time in abundance you do everything so perfectly that I think you might have killed time out of jealousy.

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