Finding time to do things or doing things to kill time?

By | August 10, 2017

What’s  your state on time?

(Maybe a time anxious person can better read my question)

  • Finding time to explore more things?
  • Doing something just to kill your time (maybe to escape from someother thing)?

39 thoughts on “Finding time to do things or doing things to kill time?

  1. mywords331

    This is indeed a very contemplating statement.
    Sometimes we have time in abundance that we try finding ways to kill it. On the other hand it seems to be slipping from our hands when we have some very important and incomplete tasks left.
    That’s irony.
    time is precious however William Shakespeare has called it “sluttish”.

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    1. Akhila Post author

      Yes pragalbha… in fact yesterday had a small chat with my friend.. she was telling like she is into farming vegetables now for time pass, to escape from boredom and some life tensions… of course farming is good for health and mind.. but I was wondering actually hearing her answer…she wanted to kill time….of course that’s not my choice…as you said I find time to do things…

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        1. Akhila Post author

          I was reading your weeping soul poem.. tried to comment..still the old issue happens pragalbha.. I am using my iPad.. I think it works properly while working with me laptop.. but now, it asked me to login again, and yes I tried to login using WordPress is on in your post, but after that just a white page.. nothing appeared

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          1. Infinite Living

            I feel extremely sorry to hear that. Because I value you taking the time and also value having your comment on my post too much. Wp has been acting funny multiple times.

          2. Akhila Post author

            I think, you need to check your hosting too.. not necessary that to be a we issue.
            Between was trying to say like if a weeping soul knows what is longing it won’t weep for ever

  2. Infinite Living

    Me too 🙂 I keep reminding myself – ‘Don’t be so greedy in this one lifetime, take a deep breath and let it all come’ I am just interested in too many things.

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  3. mywords331

    After all you play many roles in your life. If I’m right you are a home maker, a wife, a mother , blogger and you live all beautiful relations of this world with utmost Beauty and grace.
    So, I can understand your efforts of stealing time.
    The best thing is that even when you don’t get time in abundance you do everything so perfectly that I think you might have killed time out of jealousy.

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    1. Akhila Post author

      Yeah….very happy to know that… I agree with you, killing time is not my cup of tea too…

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    1. Akhila Post author

      Yup..that learning and exploring is a never ending process and one has to find time for that…thank you vandana

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  4. theonlysup

    I always look for time to do so many things in life.. so many things to learn , so many places to visit.. so many things to do so many people to meet.. I always utilize time to max

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    1. Akhila Post author

      Yeah…probably that makes you alive and energized…but I am quite sure that the other kind of people also are there like my friend…(the talk with her only made me to post this)

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          1. Akhila Post author

            Finding time to welcome new challenges, to look for new opportunities rather escaping from that

  5. Moushmi Radhanpara

    It’s funny actually how our minds are working today. Look up my today’s post and you’ll know what I am talking about.
    Hint: I just know what you are trying to say through this post.

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    1. Akhila Post author

      You are right radhika.. time anxiety makes us guilty of less reproductive time

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  6. Tony Burgess

    I start watching the clock when I get into work so I know how much time is left in the day. I never used to do that. Time is valuable I think.

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    1. Akhila Post author

      Yeah…same here..in fact that talk with my friend only made me post this

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  7. thewritewomanblog

    Killing time? I don’t remember when was the last time I killed time. I am always running short of time so killing what little is left is not an option for me. But is it not nice to always have something to keep you engaged?

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    1. Akhila Post author

      Lol….you explained your shortage of time in a funny way…so don’t kill what little is left…and no doubt that being engaged always defines me too…

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