Wasted Time: Lost Opportunity


Article: Black & white print on Lenox acid free paper

Image size: 12″x12″,  Paper size: 15″X15.75″,  Framed: 20″X20″

This print is inspired by a true incident involving a six-year old (read the story below).  Every minute is precious. The time lost is never coming back. So make the most of every moment of life. Don’t waste time waiting for a phone call, or the coffee pot to boil or something else. Use that time to do something worthwhile.

Based on a true story, this print is a part of the series, “Lessons Learned from Six-year Olds”. Each piece is hand-printed by the artist. A portion of the money from the sale of this print is donated to mental health.



Black and white print – a part of the series “Lessons Learned from Six-year Olds”

One day we were at my grand son’s basket ball game. My six-year old grand daughter was just learning to play basket ball.  In between periods or changing of players there would be a couple of minutes when the court was free. She would immediately grab a ball and start dribbling and shooting. She didn’t have a second to waste. It wasn’t long after that that she scored her first basket. It reminded me of what my father used to say about not wasting time. “A minute costs 100,000 rupees”. Even small snippets of time must be well used.

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