Time as a culture

The best way to make the most of time is know how to divide it positively for work and leisure. Too much time at work makes one just almost a work machine without the ability to enjoy the other sides of life.

Concerning developing countries one of their drawbacks is the lack of respect of time. There are many developmental projects that take much more time than they should a the expense of the general welfare. If a project is set, for example, to be achieved in one year, it can take more than two years.

Concerning education, many students in poor countries have to walk miles to get to their schools which affects their learning abilities. A student who needs 15 minutes to get to school through comfortable transport isn’t the same as the one who needs at least one hour on foot. So time also plays a part in the social divide.

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