"Twice and thrice over, as they say, good is it to repeat and review what is good." – Plato.

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While time is something we live to watch and count as the clock ticks endlessly. A system of measuring the passage of time or duration. Measuring or recording the speed, or rate of something. Even the flora and fauna dare to respond to the effect of periodic sphere or market.

Time is everyone’s business as it consequently seeks attention and recognised in the form of quantifying and measurements. Time plays a major part in the issue of ‘now’ and ‘then’, referring to the periodic processes – the rotation of the device, steadily submissive, but influencing every busy body running against the clock. Yet again in that time space there is a timing loosely existing. How we treat timing is associated with how frequent something happens or occurs. In a sense of counting incidents.

It is that operational system of sequential relations that any event has to any other, as past, present, or future. It’s a fact that statistics has a role to play as deciding factor when inspecting about the number of occasions. The idea is to carefully make aware that the number of times can surprise us consistently the way we plan or do things. The first time is likely to find a way to plan or say something which might change during the second segment. There is so much fun in looking how information and substance change or move its direction or behaviour just because it was a second or third thought of action, as the count keeps rising.

How many times? As simple a question as it, its not a bad idea. Sometimes what looks like the very obvious top-notch conclusion was as a result of several revisions behind the scene. Some ideas just like a tape, video, or film need a replay whenever wished.

When the mind purposely stays on a replay mode, a fairer finer detail is realised. The replay phase is a part not to be hurried, otherwise it will skip what was readily available. However, the pressure to speedy up is obvious because sometimes it can be seen as some kind of stagnation and nobody want to let the outside world think that inertia is at its tall. There no misconception in chewing one’s cud. Chewing that over for a bit is a well-meaning thoughtful exercise anyone can do.

The more the data is repeated in our heads, especially so as to be able to break down and understand the message more closely the product is more productive / fruitful. Unpacking and repeating the times of performance, extra performance or additional performance of any information or activity can be boring yet progressive and revaluing. Sometimes a significant occurrence closely follows the pattern of intentional revising for the second or more.

What is the point of going through the same data or facts again? After all, you worked so hard on it the first time and it is exactly spot on with no margin of error. Right? Wrong! Revising perceived or conceived thought or information benefits you, the ‘author’ 😊, – the thinker. In fact, revising the only way to understanding and understanding is just as good as success.

The first reason is simple – the final revised thought is better, more polished, than the initial draft. By reviewing the thought multiple times, it is a well-deserved opportunity to flesh out the ‘manuscript’ with brand new details as needed. Cutting down on unnecessary scenes, embellish main points, or remove any mental ‘typing’ errors missed before.

Giving the first thought a space to breathe can be just important and allowing time for a break before moving forward is not always regressive. By creating that temporary distance can a better strategy notice and discover if there are important issues that might boast the idea. Let a trusted environment bring a still sense of your thought. They say still waters run deep or ‘’the deepest rivers flow with least sound’’.

Revising allows that thought to outshine the previous and exemplary creating the opportunity to compare between first and revised thought. Because the mind is ever busy – and that it read a ton of information – and so many revelations are trying to get released as the complete. If the mind reads the first few glimpses of what is already processed in the mind and doesn’t like it. Chances are the individual will reject the messages to inspect again. By going back over the issue multiple times unfathomable stuff are likely to pop up. Sometimes it might still look exactly but the feeling or passion towards the issue will build or send a signal or build a sense of value. Thereby catching and uplifting the thinker out of the sludge pile.

In most cases, the first thought is not always the best one. I don’t think there is an author ever wrote a perfect script in one fell dive. Even top authors need to sit down a second or third time and think out their work. Thinking and planning maybe getting to collect more sensual scenes. By reviewing and re-reading a piece of thought, people will find innumerable ways to improve upon it.

Overall improvement by rethinking a piece of thought is a cost-effective way of bettering every aspect of the work that might need help. Thinkers do work on multiple times, and even rounding clock and anticlockwise until they get all the juices. That kind of moment is usually crucial and faithful to get a complete finished product. In that process, there is a lot of experiences gained, and shifts of inspiring topics, pacing, characterisation, mood, style, purpose, etc

Times comprehensibly comes from the idea of repetition and consciousness. However, not everything is worthy a second thought. Sometimes it can be a whole lot waste of time and unnecessary distraction. The motive and purpose in everything we do is essential and the greatest deciding factor.

‘’And He left them again, and went away and prayed a third time, saying the same thing once more.’’ – Matthew 26:44.