If a person finishes <the work to be done> and achieves <the purpose>
by taking hold of the ‘time’ required for <the work that he must do> and <the purpose>, such a person is like a player on the soccer field who drives the ball alone
and scores a goal without losing the ball.
A person who loses his ‘time’ even though he has <work to be done>
is like a soccer player who has the ball taken from him on a soccer field.
Do not lose your ‘time’
while doing <the work> for the sake of <something you have purposed>.