Time is Precious!


Time is precious...
perhaps our most valuable commodity....

think about THESE when you're wasting some...

Ask a divorced couple or a prisoner
the value of a decade.
Ask two recently split high school sweethearts
the value of four years.
Ask a student who failed his final exam
the value of one year.
Ask the mother of a stillborn
the value of nine months.
Ask the mother of a preemie
the value of one month.
Ask the editor of a weekly paper
the value of one week.
Ask two lovers waiting to meet
the value of one hour.
Ask the person who missed the train
the value of one minute.
Ask an accident survivor
the value of one second.
Ask a losing Olympic medalist
the value of one millisecond.


(THANK YOU READERS... just added at least two more for 2011... we invite you to please help keep this section growing!)

How does the world say the English phrase "I love you?"

Afghani:
Dus tat darem, Afrikaans: Ek is lief vir jou, Albanian: Une te dua, Amharic: Afekreshalew, Arabic: Ana ba hibeck, Assyrian: Be ayen gadi youkh, Armenian: Yes kez serum em / Yes kezee ga seerem, Bengali: Ami tomake bhalobashi, Bulgarian: Obicham te, Cantonese: Ngo oi lei,
Catalan
: Testimo molt,
Cebuano: Gihigugma ko ikaw, Chamorro: Hu guaya hao, Chinese: Wo ai ni, Cree: Ke say ke tin, Creole: Mwen renmen'w, Croatian: Volim te, Cuban: Tevwnol, Czech: Miluji tì, Danish: Jeg elsker dig, Dhivehi: Aharen varah loabi vey, Dholuo: Aheri, Dinka: Yin aaniar, Dutch: Ik hou van jou, Eskimo (Inuktitut): Nagligivagit, Estonian: Ma armastan sind, Farsi: Asheghetam, Fijian (Lingo): Au domoni iko, Filipino: Mahal kita, Finnish: Mina rakastan sinua, French: Je t'aime / je t'adore, Gaelic: Gra go deo, Gallego: Queroche moito, German: Ich liebe dich, Greek: S'agapo, Gujarati: Hu tane prem karu chu, Hausa: Enaso kaa, Hawaiian: Aloha wau ia oe, Hebrew: Ani ohev otakh, Hindi: Main tumse pyaar karta hoon, Hmong: Kuv hlub koj, Hungarian: Szeretlek, Icelandic: Eg elska pig, Ilocano: Ay ayaten ka, Ilongo: Ginahugugma Ko Ikaw, Indonesian: Aku cinta padamu, Irish: Thaim in grabh leat, Italian: Ti amo, Japanese: Ai shite imasu, Kannada: Naanu nimanu preetisuthene, Kapampangan: Kalaguran da ka, Kikuyu: Ningwedete muno, Kiswahili: Nakupenda, Konkani: Hawn thuzo mog kartha, Korean: Sarang hae, Kurdish: Ez te hes dikim, Laotian: Koy huck jow, Latin: Ego te amo, Latvian: Es tevi milu, Lebanese: Ana bahibik, Lithuanian: As tave myliu, Luhya:
Ndakhuyanza, Macedonian: Te sakam, Malay: Saya cintakan kamu, Malayalam: Njaan ninne snehikinnu, Maltese: Jien inhobbok, Manipuri: Ei nangbu nungshi, Maori: Ka nui taku aroha mauu, Marathi: Mala tu avadto / changla wathte, Mizo: Ka hmangaih che, Nepali: Ma timilai maya garchu, Nigerian: Inan sunki, Norwegian: Jeg elsker deg, Oriya (Indian): Mu tumaku bhala paaye, Papiamentu: Mi stima bu, Persian: Du stet daram, Polish: Kocham cie, Portugese: Eu te amo, Punjabi: Main tuhanoo pyar kar da haan, Pushto: Za ta sara dera meena kom, Romanian: Te iubesc, Russian: Ya tebia lybly, Samoan: Ou te alofa ia te oe, Sango: M'bi ye mo, Sepedi: Ke ya go rata, Serbian: Volim te, Sindhi: Mukhe tosa pyar aahe, Sinhalese: Mama oyata adhere, Siraiki: Maan tenal daadha pyaar karain daahim, Slovakian: Milujem ta, Slovenian: Ljubim te, Spanish: Te amo, Sranang tongo (Surinam): Mi lobi you , Swedish: Jag alskar dig, Swiss German: I lieb di, Tagalog: Mahal kita, Tamil: Naan unnai kathelikkiren, Telugu: Naku kneemeeda prama undi, Thai: Chun ruk ter, Tigrigna: Yefkreki, Tongan: Ofa atu, Tumbuka: Nkhukutemwa, Turkish: Seni seviyorum, Ukrainian: Ya tebe kohayu, Urdu: Mai tumse piyar karta hoon, Vietnamese: Anh yeu em / Em yeu anh, Welsh: Dwi'n caru ti, Zulu: Ngiyakuthanda.

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