# 一萬個小時 2.3

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「專業」，是由「通用」發展出來的。

「專業」，就是「通用」的分支。

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— Me@2020-10-10 07:52:39 PM

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# Definition of time, 11

You cannot go through time without changing (the definition of) yourself.

— Me@2012.04.28

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# 回到過去 3.2

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experience 2016 = reach 2017

— Me@2017-02-21 07:34:37 AM

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having experienced the whole year of 2016

= having reached the beginning of the year 2017

— Me@2019-11-08 07:33:28 PM

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# The language of Change, 2

time ~ change (noun)

action ~ change (verb) or counter-change

— Me@2018-02-19 10:24 AM

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# Life, 3

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We exist in time because time is change.

Growing is part of the definition of life. Growing is a kind of change.

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Also, without time/change, there would be no thinking and no thoughts.

— Me@2017-12-26 11:42 am

— Me@2018-05-23 10:05:03 PM

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time ~ change

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Time is logically necessary if change is necessary.

— Me@2018-02-04 09:07:48 PM

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# Then and Now

The most distant a memory, the blurrier it is.

If a memory was completely vivid, you would not be able to distinguish between then and now.

— Westworld (TV series)

— paraphrased

— Me@2018-01-13 10:43:04 AM

# 回到過去 3

Cumulative concept of time 20

（Me：那樣，如果我只是「回到過去」，但不「經歷過去」，我豈不是不會「失去青春」？）

— Me@2014-04-24 01:56:35 AM

# Bank account

For a bank account, the past balances are irrelevant and useless.

What is really relevant is the present balance.

And it has encrypted all the past money that can still be used now.

— Me@2011.04.25

— Me@2013.09.03

# 過程成功

— Me@2013-06-27 05:47:53 PM

# 3.6.8 Eliminate the passage of time

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2008.04.20 Sunday $\copyright CHK^2$

# 3.5.8 preserve time

You can’t preserve time by not using it. When time is not used, time would still pass.

You can preserve time only by using it, spending it, investing it, transforming it into something much more valuable.

If you know how to preserve time, you do not fear the passage of time. Instead, you love the passage. As time goes, more good works are getting done.

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2008.04.10 Thursday $\copyright CHK^2$