A talk and discussion about time was held at the Székesfehérvár centre of New Acropolis Hungary. The free programme was advertised with a quote from Seneca, the Roman philosopher and statesman: “Nothing is ours, except time.” The talk focused on the question whether we make good use of our time, and if the measurable, ever-passing time is the only kind of time that exists.
Humans are multidimensional beings, and every physical aspect of our lives has an equivalent in the soul and spirit. It can be a question, for instance, how much time we should spend with a friend, but in fact the quality of our time spent together is a lot more important. If we spend the minutes, hours and days at our disposal in a useful manner, we are going to not only experience more, but have more meaningful time, too.