Time moves in its normal pace always.
But some moments or part of our lives as we look back seem as if it moved "slow" or "fast" or "too fast".
From our mother's womb to where we are now, that is how much time has passed.
That never ending long traffic jams to the too quickly ending laughter moments with our dear ones, time always has been at the same speed.
If only we could hit "slow" at our great and happy moments , "fast" at the sad moments, like some how we could manipulate time, if only.
Would things be same if we could manipulate time as we pleased?
Will our eyes have tears on them when cherishing school memories?
If we had 48 hours in a day how would you be living your life?
Would schools run for 6 more hours?
Would office run 8 more hours?
How many times would we eat?
Would this world be a better place then?
In the hands of time, we lose so much. We lose our favourite toys, our teeth, our notes, money.
We lose friends, we lose friendship. We lose people. We lose trust. We lose love. We also lose life sometimes, and by this what i mean is we forget to live life, being busy in too many unimportant things instead of living the moments.
Strangers become friends and friends become strangers. An undergrad becomes a graduate , a son becomes a father. A homeless gets home.
We gain friends, we gain friendship, we gain trust, we gain love, we gain understanding, we gain moments.
Everything will be lost and dead with time but moments live forever.
As someone great once said
"The only thing one owns is the moment they are living".
This moment is mine.
Thats what we need to tell ourselves.
Yes its hard to run along with time so we often get left behind. And we dwell in that loss but by doing that we are only keeping ourself further behind.
So let us all live in the moment. Lets remember our yester years , our happy moments, our sad moments, our ok moments but without letting them effect our present in any bad way.
Did i just write nonsense here?
I dont know.
But am i happy about it?
Yes. I am going to look back and laugh at this some day ;)