Once some one said ” I can’t work in times when am it is not yet the seasons.”
Is your brain boiling now? do you have the same question resting in my mind? perhaps your wondering how possible this can be. Who knows, we are yet to find out.
First of all let’s ask our selves what is time? What about seasons? Two questions posed here.
A Season is a connotation of each of the four divisions of the year including spring, summer, autumn and winter marked by particular weather patterns and daylight hours, resulting from the earth’s changing position with regard to the sun.
Whereas time is the indefinite continued progress of existence and events in the past, present, and future regarded as a whole.
With this, the next question would perhaps be; of the two, Seasons and time, which one comes first? is it times or seasons? Probably that’s what is coming next, lets explore it further!
With a practical insight, while a student waits for exams, the whole process involves preparing them selves to read relevant notes, making research and consulting past papers.
Or when we look at farmers, as they’re preparing to sow, they plough their gardens. In the process, some mulch, others add manure.
After all that we come to times of eventualities or schedules.
All preparations are done in the process of waiting for times, yah this is right.
Preparations are done in seasons as we patiently wait for times to draw in our long awaited but scheduled task.
For example after the long period of reading, students sit for the exams they prepared for. So preparation is the season and the exams are times.
Alright, let’s talk about the common thing, that’s farming. Farmers plough, mulch and add manure to their gardens expecting the rains. So this means in the process of preparing we expect something, that’s the time for what we prepared for.
When it starts to rain, farmers then look forward to sowing so as to take advantage of the right time in the seasons.
Hope now you get it, this brings us back to where we began from; Never work in time’s when you’re not in seasons yet because seasons allow us to prepare for times.