Those who rush about to save time are bound to waste the time they save.
Think of the man in traffic, sprinting ahead, causing himself angst, and others stress, only to save a minute here or a minute there. He is so unfocused. He is not at peace. He is not present.
While saving time may be desirable on its surface, those who constantly rush to save it will be the least likely to enjoy that which they save.
Thus, often a minute "saved" is actually a minute lost.
The paradox of efficiency.
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