Man vs. Time
Being in college most of us find that there just aren’t enough hours in the day to get done everything that we need to get done. I haven’t entered the workforce yet, but it seems that this feeling does not leave us when we get a career. Not only do we all have school or jobs that we need to put effort into, but we have friends, family, significant others, interests, hobbies, responsibilities, obligations, the list goes on and on. Man has a very significant opposition with the length of the day, with time. One very obvious resolution (to us now) came to us many years ago when the light bulb was invented. Along with the invention of the clock our world became obsessed with getting everything done as fast as we could and now we could work longer. This all created even more to do and days that used to be for relaxing and family, such as Sunday, now became days to catch up on everything we didn’t get to do during the week. So in my opinion although in some ways the opposition of man and the length of the day was resolved by the invention of the light bulb the opposition of man and time still needs to be addressed. I think that this can only be helped by the individuals who want to make this change in our lives. It is about balancing everything that is important while making sure that your priorities that you have set are being met.