And then a clock with legs walked in.
Everyone was amazed and abashed, and in their hearts, they knew what ‘it’ is going to say. It first showed its collected evidence and then said, “You are always complaining
- How fast I am
- How I never wait for anyone
- How because of me you are unable to complete life important task
- How I never give a second chance to anyone in any regard
“Ahmad is the boy who valued me and is successful in achieving life’s greatest tasks, and now I would now like you to hear Ahmad’s secret.”
Ahmad spoke, “I can write scientific articles and get them published. I take care of my cancer suffering mother. I manage all my house chores. I take care of my little brother. I am developing my laboratory. I take online courses on the scientific topic. I am studying in school. I am managing social get together. I am available to my family and friends all together. You might question as to how I could, so the answer to this question lies in this short poem for you.”
Then he read the following poem.
Early in morning I awake
The long task list awaits
Not a second I waste
Routine is what I embrace
Urge to lie, I never taste
My success is well paced
Prayer time is all I chase
Time is what I never disgrace
Wasting time to me is a mace
The curtain falls, and the last words of both of them echoed in the hall
‘It’s the time that should complain not us.’
Reading this, many heads might feel embarrassed, but it is never too late to value ‘It’.
By making a vow to yourself to do the following, you can achieve wonders within a short time:
- Value each second.
- Sleep early
- Wake up early
- Shake off all the urges to lie down.
- Make a routine
- Make something valuable your