An Essay on Time …

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Time is tight.

We think we have time on our hands, until time runs out.

Procrastination is the thief of time.  So keep time up your sleeves, just in case.  You can make up for lost time, though, so don’t stress over it.  In half the time, you can have a whale of a time, if you put in the time and effort.

Time is precious!  Time works wonders.  Time heals all wounds. Time is money.  You can actually live on borrowed time!  Ah, to have time in a bottle!

Times are a-changing, too.  You can have a good time, or a bad time. You can have a rough time, or the time of your life!

There’s  a time and place for everything, and no time like the present to get things done. I hate being pressed for time.  All time should be quality time, I say!

It’s high time we stopped wasting time. But time we enjoy wasting isn’t really wasted, is it? Aren’t holidays wasted time?

These days we’re all racing against time at some time or other … nevertheless we inevitably run out of time.  We never seem to be in the right place at the right time!

It’s only a matter of time until we have all the time in the world, though.  Time flies – and in no time flat, you realise that time (and tide) wait for no man.  So if the time is right, and your time’s up, it’s time to call it a day.  Timeout.

Thanks for your time.  It’s time to run. Tempus fugit.