Depends. It depends on your question.
If scientifically, then yes. 1second for humans are 1 second for the ants too. They live short but that doesn’t mean that our 1 second will be their 1month.
But in a different note the time is different even between you and me. You may have a girlfriend to talk with. You needa manage your time that way. Needa make time for her too. But me? I only have my mom and my job. I give equal time to both of them. And i am lovint it. Every single second makes me feek alive. I don’t think that i am pressurised. Even with a load of work i feel good because of the good evening tea i can have with my mom.
Isn’t it surprising that people work 17hours a day, just to realise at the end that they got nothing. Now that’s a different point.
- How realistic is it to predict my half marathon time off of my 5k time or VO2 max?
- How should I prepare for half marathon in 45 days?
- Je cours un semi marathon très accidenté en 7 mois. Je n'ai pas facilement accès aux sentiers. Quelles techniques d'entraînement créatives puis-je utiliser?
- When running, people often complain of sharp pain across the upper abdomen, which is usually called the 'stitch'. What is the true term?
- As a beginner runner, How do I prepare for a 10K run in 30 days?
Coming back to the question. Those 17hours is like hell lot of time for us. But for those who are working, for them it’s in daytime that they work and whenever they sleep (i don’t know if they sleeps or not)they think it is night.
So, this way time is different for everyone, and same for everyone. Depends on the paradigm we’are watching upon.