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"Time" - McMaster Health Science: a Four Letter Word that should be Preserved


iliketofu 2 / 2  
Jan 31, 2012   #1
Sorry please ignore the first draft. I just editted a little bit so please read this one instead:

It is eternal, with no beginning or end. It is the creation of everything and will exist after the end of everything. Without it, nothing exists. It is what humans perceive as "time". This four letter word, time, should survive through itself(time) as it is perhaps the most significant word of existence.

Time will forever be the creator of everything. Every movement of creation is linked and fixed to a time frame. Take yourself as an example. You were put to this world through a time process of around nine months. Without time, you would not be here reading my application form, unless magic exists. Since all derivation of actual existence eternally depends on time, the word must be preserved.

Time is also valuable. It waits for no one. The preservation of time could prevent a missed train, a lost race, a death of a loved one...the examples are endless, just like time. A moment not efficiently spent is an eternal loss. This is why humans must preserve time and use it wisely to accomplish goals and to be successful.

Finally, the word, "time" cannot be replaced because time is applied in almost everything, including science, philosophy, and religion. The word is so frequently used and has existed over centuries. Changing this universal word would be changing almost everything, which is such a waste of time.

Time is conquering, precious, and universal, which is why the word must be preserved. After all, no one truly knows the meaning of time.

EF_Susan - / 2,365 12  
Feb 5, 2012   #2
This four letter word, time, should survive through itself(time) as it is perhaps the most significant word in existence.

You were brought into this world through a time process of around nine months.

The preservation of time could prevent a missed train, a lost race, the death of a loved one...

Finally, the word, "time" cannot be replaced because time is applied to almost everything, ...

Changing this universal word would be changing almost everything, which is such a waste of time.---ha ha

:)
mbanani 8 / 26  
Feb 8, 2012   #3
Hi,
I really liked your topic, however, id suggest u follow a different approach, for example, you can talk about how time itself seems magical and no one has an explanation for it. you talked about that point in ur ending, id suggest u elaborate on it more in the body. other than that and a couple of grammar mistakes, nicely done. good luck :)


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