Punctuality is a good quality. Punctuality is quite a kin to regularity. Regularity means working as per rules, regulations and program of time.
Punctuality means working as per the program of time. Punctuality involves time factor. We are to see that we are working strictly according to the time fixed. This is punctuality.
Being on time consistently shows everyone around you that you are the master of your life. It demonstrates foresight — the ability to predict possible hang-ups and adaptability, the ability to change your plans to accommodate those hang-ups.
On the other hand, being late all the time shows that you are a victim of the winds of fate, that you’re incapable of anticipating possible problems and either dealing with them or altering your course to avoid them. It sends the message that you’re harassed by time, not in control of it.
Someone who shows, over and over, that they are the master of their time is someone who will be taken seriously in areas far removed from time management. That foresight and adaptability that gets you where you need to be, when you need to be there, tells the people around you that you can handle whatever is thrown at you.
Conversely, people assume that if the chronically late person can’t even consider the possibility of a little extra traffic, she won’t be able to consider other obstacles that might stand in the way of getting a project or task done.
If we be punctual, we can finish up our work at right time. Punctuality checks unnecessary wastage of time. Time is very valuable for us. We can save it only by punctuality. Time and tide wait for none. Seconds, minutes, hours and days pass by in right order. There is a maxim "We should hold the time by the forelock". If we be punctual, a single second of us will never go waste. The English men are very punctual. They put on wrist-watches to exercise punctuality. But we, the Indian put on wrist-watches only as ornaments for show. We cannot...