If you ask an Italian why time is important, he will say “Il tempo è Denaro:” time is money, money is time.
But how a Hindustanis would react to this question? Well! He will reply: “We have neither time nor money.” He is right. The Hindustanis hardly are bothered about time, timely decisions. No wonder they don’t have enough money.
If the Indian Government really had time-conscious, it would have corrected the aberrations in the Indian Standard Time (IST) way back in 2006 when the Planning Commission suggested that the country may have two time-zones. This would have meant implementing the Daylight Saving Time or DST for the Northeast saving electricity bills by huge proportion.
(Do tomorrow’s work today, today’s work now. If the doomsday comes, can you complete the incomplete works?)Add a comment Read more: The Timely Talk