“The space/time continuum means nothing to me”; I once said this to a Colleague whilst I held elastic bands across my fingers springing them in opposition planes. He looked at me and said, "Wow, really?” No he actually said, "Well that’s a load of b******s". He knew I was just having a laugh but since then I’ve often reflected on how time is relative …… is that ‘deep’ or what? How often do you stress yourself out worrying about a deadline or having too many things to do and not enough time? Loads I reckon. But how often do you look back and think to yourself, well I got it all done and there's no dead bodies lying in a wake behind me so that’s good? …. most of the time? So there must be a lesson in there somewhere about remembering the big picture and not letting today's deadline worries blow you off course, away from your big picture priorities. When something goes wrong you'll hear people say "in a couple of years you will look back on this and laugh", by which they mean things often look less horrible with some perspective. So I guess, we need to try and use that perspective in our every day stuff so that we use time on the right things, after all time and tide wait for no man.............
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