How many times have you heard this? People just do not value time anymore. They don't see a minute as something of worth. Stop and think, you know for a couple of minutes, about what all can actually be accomplished in that small time span: Water can boil in 2 minutes in a microwave. A bullet can be fired from a gun and end a life. A baby can be born. You can lose all of your money in a bad trade. You can propose to your future spouse.
So many life altering events can happen within that span of just 2 minutes, yet we treat the same time frame with no consequence in other situations. Taking just 2 minutes and kissing your daughter goodbye before you leave for work could mean the difference between her having self-confidence later in life or thinking she is worthless and ignored. Yet we rush around like 2 minutes is just another throw-away event.
Why are we so important that we think time has compete for us instead of the other way around? Take a few seconds (or 60 of them) to think about it. In fact, you probably read this quick note and then thought about it...in about two minutes. What more can you do in the next two?