The abstract concept we call time is a funny thing.
We all know what it is. We all struggle to define, explain and actually understand it.
The same applies to the idea of wasting time. We experience it, but often can’t really describe it.
That’s why this excerpt from an article on ‘Mind Pickings‘ about waiting, with quotes from Jason Farman‘s book, caught my eye:
“Waiting points to our desires and hopes for the future; and while that future may never arrive and our hopes may never be fulfilled, the act of reflecting on waiting teaches us about ourselves. The meaning of life isn’t deferred until that thing we hope for arrives; instead, in the moment of waiting, meaning is located in our ability to recognize the ways that such hopes define us.”Jason Farman, in ‘Delayed Response‘
And it embarked upon an intriguing explanation about the concept of time itself.