Time is more important than money, yet time is money. So the clock (exported by the East India Company) emerged as a system for streamlining global trade.
He who obeys the hour, minute, and second is a slave of time. Nature moves toward continuous variation regardless of tick-tocks, adhering to the sun, water, seasons, and the moon — the mother of all things.
For humans, the standardization of time enforces discipline.
Alarm clocks, closing bells, factory openings, Black Friday: there is no escaping the tyranny of the clock for the economic initiative.
It takes time to make time. Yet, time reminds us that we don’t have forever.
So we stay engaged and do the work now, knowing that tomorrow may not come.
It’s time to create something worthwhile. It’s time to face the resistance and make a difference.
Time may be boss, but we’re the boss of time. And we mean the business of living.