Or what to make of all the pieces of time that come in the post
Don’t get upset, it is the postal service’s function to deliver these to you.
Don’t leave them around where young children might swallow them.
Don’t leave them to be crushed by their own weight.
Don’t forget to piece them together.
There is nothing worse than to leave them separate.
The one thing worse than leaving them separate is to put them together in the wrong order.
Do that don’t.
The one thing worse than putting them in the wrong order is to assemble them in no order at all. Or to stack them instead of spreading them in a line as the instructions instruct.
The instructions are simple. Follow them. Put one after the other, put the next one directly after the one that comes before, do not be tempted to try to put them the other way round.
Do this. Don’t stop doing this. Don’t stop doing this. Don’t stop doing this. Don’t stop doing this. And repeat.