It is not uncommon to hear that it is not the quantity of time that we spend with our families but the quality that matters. Just think about it- is it really true? Quality not quantity? Is it OK?
Suppose you went to the best restaurant in town where they gave you white glove service with Cutlery from England, crockery from France, chocolates from Switzerland and so on. You picked up the gold-plated menu and ordered a dish of vegetables. The waiter within minutes brought back a small cube of the most deliciously prepared dish. You asked, Is that all I am going to get? The waiter replied, ” It is not the quantity but the quality that matters”. You said, “I am still hungry.” He replies, ” It’s not the quantity but the quality that matters.” I hope this message is clear. Our families need both quality and quantity.
You can’t say, now we will spend quality time with each other.” Moments of quality control out of a larger quantity of experience. When adults were asked to recall their childhood memories, they recalled moments such as their mother bringing them a cool drink and reading them a story when they were sick. Out of time spend in harsh situation with friends and family members come precious moments like sharing a joke or receiving a smile of encouragement when it is most needed, or helping a friend through a tough time.
There are lots of persons who had a lot much quantity of knowledge but they should have a quality to possess it at the correct moment at the correct time when it is mandatory. Frankly speaking of you have quality inside you not quantity then think that you have everything. As we all know in today’s greedy era no one will waste their time by giving a lot of time on anybody. All have work. If you have quality then you can easily let that person follow you not you have to follow him / her.
So, today onwards make a promise to yourself that you should never go on quantity. You should go on quality.
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