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60.Time is relative

“Time is relative to where you are, what you do, and who you are waiting for.”
… Albert Einstein

Definition of time by Ray

Time is slow when you wait.
Time is fast when you are late.
Time is deadly when you are sad.
Time is short when you are happy.
Time is endless when you are in pain.
Time is long when you feel bored.

Every time, time is determined by our feelings and our psychological conditions & not by clocks.
So, it’s up to us, to have a nice TIME always.

Learning:
Time is relative; its only worth depends upon what we do as it is passing.
Spend it wisely!

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