Butterfly vs. Human: Time Management

Have you ever wished to become a butterfly even just for a few weeks Of course in order to become an adult butterfly You’ll first have to go through the stages of Caterpillar and pupa and the lifespan of the adult butterfly is Also much shorter compared to that of a human but as humans we’re always up to some business We are either stuck in road traffic or or among the crowds in the streets or buildings.we have invented all kinds of devices to keep time Watches clocks smartphones smartwatches and all kinds of software and apps to make schedules and remind us of an event besides this Politicians are constantly debating on the scheduling of health care and tax reforms and all the other things As a common person you have to update your own schedules now and then just to keep pace with the society For Butterflies time management is quite simple Their adult life is very short from a week to nearly one year depending on the species Their tasks are simple too. Born, migrate and reproduce butterflies don’t need watches or smartphones to know the time They use sunlight and temperatures to regulate the expression of genes and develop a biological clock in their bodies to regulate their activities They even use the direction of sunlight with biological clocks to navigate their migration They don’t need to take any book in time management or to sit in front of a computer to learn such courses They just grow wings and fly in certain seasons naturally. one long-distance migration like The monarch butterflies’ can reach up to four thousand kilometers taking several generations of butterflies before they reach the destination They migrate to a warmer place in winter to escape the freezing Temperature and go back to the original place when weather is warm compared to humans Butterflies don’t need to drive cars or to line up to pass the borderline to go to another country They also don’t need to take any Identifications or credit cards or to worry about whether they can find a job or not after several months of traveling in the wilderness So as long as the nature still allows Butterflies to thrive we humans can only keep being amazed by their short and lovely lives just as Chuang Chou the Asian Chinese philosopher once said I do not know whether I was then a man dreaming I was a butterfly or whether I am now a butterfly dreaming I am a man the lives of butterflies have amazed us for thousands of years and will surely continue to in the future

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