See the future. Live the present.

 

We value what we wait for.

Where time is money, it is governed by the usual rules of economics. We wait for what we value. […] When demand overwhelms supply, waiting time may exceed the original value of the product itself.

Like everyone else, I lived in a house bricked up with seconds and minutes, weekends and New Year’s Days, and I never went outside until I died, because there was no other door. Now I know that I could have walked through the walls.

It seems one of life’s more curious ironies that time -the most precious of all resources, and surely the least replaceable- is not always welcomed as a gift.

Time has stopped; there is no time… The past and future have collapsed into the present, and I can’t tell them apart.

Allow the present to expand and the past and future to become distanced and insignificant.