Time is like Gold, it's very precious and rare. You can't buy it, but some say you can buy time. Like time, loyalty is also precious and rare. You can't buy it, but some also says you can buy loyalty.
The two are common and equal in nature, but there very different from each other.
When is the time you can say that you have much time in your hand?
Or when is there loyalty when you need it the most?
A clients time is very precious yet there are staffs that don't mind if there wasting time.
You can say that it's a waste of time, but what you really wasting is the client's loyalty.
... Can one waste time? Can one waste loyalty?
Loyalty of clients to a store will create time for them to shop. So time can also mean productivity. Good product on the other hand will make the client feel that there time in the store are well spent.
So time is also money, an employer pay there employee for the time they work.
When is the last time you hear somebody says "I have no time ..." and yet what they really meant is they can't go to that event. But if that person has royalty to the event it's a different matter they make time.
Loyalty to country - a person is very loyal to its homeland even if they spend there years in other country they still go back.
So loyalty has no time boundary, time also has no boundary.
Does time zones a time boundary?
If so then loyalty also has boundaries, where are your loyalty boundaries then?
Will you reward your clients for there loyalty? Some give miles for loyalty.
Can anyone reward time?
If one don't waste there clients time then it's a reward in a sense.
All of us have time limit in this world. We have a maximum of 100 years to live, some able to live more than that. So better to spend you time to the fullest because when your time is up there no coming back ...
unless you're included in the first awaking of the dead.
Ah you've notice it now; awakening of the dead has two parts the first and the second.
The first awakening is the awakening of the chosen; they will rule the earth for a thousand years.
The second awakening is the awakening of the damned. They will face the judgment.
Lucky are those who are included in the first awakening for there literally skipping judgment. Although there also face judgment but they are said to be prejudge already.