Its fascinating when we frequently see how much of the truth does go into the saying that ‘’time and tide waits for no man’’. However, if one decides to wait for the exact right time in order to do something, the odds of that perfectly right time presenting itself are extremely rare. Hence people ought to make time for their hobbies, before they totally forget what was good to do once upon a time.
Unlike habits and more like our fingerprints, hobbies relate to what one is personally compassionate about. Ultimately, it is our hobbies that simply remind us of what it’s like to be a normal human being and they can change according to our surroundings just as easily like how the chameleon changes its colour. Not only do we feel good when our hobby begins to kick in, we may even get lucky enough to look good when we are photographed while doing them, no matter how candid the shot may be.
Since time-travel is still purely science-fiction, having a hobby will have to do for the time being, for the most of us. Where in some instances people actually get paid to do what they love, the rest tend to bear some form of cost in one way or the other. Amazingly for as long as the mind believes in free will and the able body has the avenue to exercise that belief, there will always be room for people to have a hobby.