We all have 86,400 seconds to spend every day, and at the end of the day, they’re gone. How are you using yours?
I read this analogy about time once. Imagine there is a bank that every morning deposits $86,400 into your account. And every day it happens over and over again. The only catch, according to this idea, is that you cannot save that particular deposit until the next day.
The $86,400 you get in the morning is gone in the evening. You can’t use any of it in advance and you can’t pile it up.
What would you do? Would you think carefully about how you’d use it every day?"