What are your thoughts on WASTING TIME?
....I can just do that tomorrow... it can wait... I'll answer this question tomorrow...
The tricky part is understanding what wasting time means.
C.S. Lewis once said sin is the wasting of time.
It's all very subjective.
I agree with the C.S. Lewis quote; if you know you are being unproductive you get that twinge in the back of your mind. Working hard and putting forth great effort towards a project or interest that doesn’t pan out isn’t necessarily “wasting time,” I would call it growth. I would hope that know one would want to look back and find shame in the days, weeks and months they spent on Facebook.
It is your time, spend it how you want. There is a difference between wasting time and procrastination.
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