Please someone help me "There's only one thing more precious than our time,

Please someone help me "There's only one thing more precious than our time, and that's who we spend it with." Do you agree or disagree with this quote? Explain the deeper meaning of the quote below.

2 months ago

Solution 1

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2 months ago
I agree because spending quality time with someone you love gives you memories for life, but spending time with someone not worth it gives you memories you'll regret and mistakes you wish to take back

Solution 2

Guest Guest #4124
2 months ago
The first question you have to ask yourself is, do you agree? Is it more important to spend your time with people? Is it better to be in the present with people around you? This quote is expressing the need to be selfless and giving. Our time is important, but in some cases, it is better to drop everything to be with someone. You can have all the time in the world but no one to share it with is that time worth it?  If you don't agree, people may get in the way of your life. If you are constantly pleasing people, you might lose yourself, and those people aren't the people you should be wasting your time on. You might be too distracted by people and need to take time for yourself to reflect and be at peace. You might not get important things done, like homework or work in general if you are too concerned with being with people and doing fun things.

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