A Brevity of Time

There are 168 hours in a week. Fifty-six are spent sleeping. Forty are spent working. Twenty-one are spent cooking, eating, and cleaning. Fourteen performing various hygenic maintenance routines. Seven are spent commuting.

What we do with the remaining thirty decides who we are, what we love, and what our lives add up to. Less than a fifth of our lives belongs to our caprice, our fancy, and ourselves. There's no time for boredom, depression, and jealousy. There's no time.

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