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Wu 1 Wentao Wu Professor Karbowiak WRT 101.02 5 January 2017 Time Follows Your Heart Time is very important for us. Sixty seconds are one minute, sixty minutes are an hour, twenty-four hours are a day and three hundred and sixty-five days are a year. The whole society follows the time; if not, the world must fall into disorder. The most direct way that we can know the time is watching the clock. It is clear that one circle motion of second hand is one minute, one circle motion of minute hand is one hour, and two circles motion of hour hand is a day. The pace of time will not change. The second hand on the clock moves from one point to another every second. If someone says that time is nonuniform and changes paces in different periods, we probably say that he is crazy. I am well aware that time in scientific way is constant all the time. But my paradigm shift of time happened and I realized the pace of time relates to personal feeling and it changes with perception change. As a student, I spend most of my time in the classroom. Sometimes I wish time goes faster in the boring classes. But actually, the time is like a person who carries weight running a marathon— never end. Some other times I wish time goes slower than normal time; however, it is like a blast of wind—when I blink my eyes, it is already gone.
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