You won’t find this statement strange when your friend says “I don’t have time to do that”.
Time is precious, don’t kill it bla bla bla. Every damn person in this world would give you this advice. Do you think that is enough. I think there is more to it. While working with guru ji I realised the value of time and how it is directly proportional to the human efforts. There are reasons why you prepare schedules and time table system in right form your childhood. As we grow up we forget to maintain that habit. I would be very deterministic about this statement which comes from my personal experience. I cannot deny the fact that there definitely are people who keep track of their each and every action. We respect our soldiers who guard us from attack. The respect they have earned has not come just like that. Recently I watched a video National Defence Academy situated in Khadakwasla near Pune. The products of NDA are known worldwide.
You don’t have to look for inspiration. You just have to open your windows and look at the sky. Can you see any birds? Do you see them fly everyday? Same time? They don’t even have wrist watches
The time I spent with guru ji is unforgettable. They use to tell me that after giving every assignment that “Always remember you don’t have infinite time”. Think, plan and start work accordingly. It is so difficult for us to focus especially with me. Thoughts come and go but time never would come. The trainings I had with him were purely time based. Paying dollars to some training –> finding them not useful –> leave it. Not sure that you can code, no problem. Buy a plugin –> use it and save time. Human effort is much more valuable then few dollars according to him.
Routine has become like this — we usually sleep late, rise late and skip most important meal of the day (breakfast) is very common these days. This reminds me of this video of genius inspiring Akshay.