05 September 2006


"Life is all about timing... the unreachable becomes reachable, the unavailable become available, the unattainable... attainable. Have the patience, wait it out. It's all about timing." Stacey Charter

How long does it take for one second to pass away?

Nobody cares about one second, because it's insignificant. Every day there are 24 hours. Each hour has 60 minutes. Each minute has 60 seconds. One second is only 1/86,400 of a day. Since one second is abundant in supply, the value of one second is almost zero. However, without one second, there won't be a minute. Without a minute, there won't be an hour. Without an hour, there won't be a day. A second is actually the building block of a day. This is a simple fact that everybody ignores.

Even if time is lost and cannot be regained, time lost is simply time lost. There is nothing to be sorry about, and there is nothing wrong with wasting time. Everybody is happy with it...

Wait a second! Everything can be turned upside down in just a second. Positive touchpoint experience can be turned negative, and vice versa. It's basically a take-it-or-leave-it scenario. Everyone can do one thing in one second to change everything. The question is, to be or not to be.

Please visit http://lorelle.wordpress.com/2005/10/20/30-things-you-can-do-to-change-the-world-in-30-seconds/ to see which 30 things one can do to change the world.

How soon does a person take to realize one second has passed?


Tic... Tac... Tic... Tac... Tic... Tac...

Back to 0000, either midnight at the start or end of a day.

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