Morning Sharing (7October,2009) 5B Ko Chu Keung Time is Precious Nowadays, many young people spend a lot of time playing computer games, talking to friends on the phones or shopping. I think what they do is a waste of time. In my opinion, time is very important. It is even more important than money. If you lose money, you can earn it again. However, if time is lost, you cannot retrieve it anymore. In this article, I will discuss how to use time meaningfully. First, we should study for at least 3 hours a day after finishing our homework. As we learn a lot of things at school every day, doing revisions can consolidate our learning. If we do not do revisions, we will not know what we don’t understand. Second, young people should have enough sleep. According to the experts, we must sleep for at least 8 hours a day. If we have insufficient sleep, we will feel very tired and can’t concentrate well in classes. Third, after revisions, we need to relax ourselves by playing sports, reading leisurely or playing chess. I am very opposed to teenagers’ playing computer games as an entertainment. Not only does it hurt our eyes, it may also affect our brains adversely. Last but not least, during long holidays, we can do some voluntary work. Being a volunteer is not difficult and you can learn a lot from it. You will become more mature, think more positively and be more capable of communicating with others. Though time is precious, many young people are not using it wisely. I hope you are not one of them.