I read a sentence in a book, "Word Power Made Easy", which was:
Apart from the fact that we all, rich or poor, sick or well, have the same amount of time, exactly 24 hours everyday (that is looking at time from a static point of view), it is also true that we can always find time for the things we enjoy doing, almost never for the things we find unpleasant (and that is looking at time from the dynamic point of view).
The word "dynamic" means "constantly changing". I know "static" and "dynamic" are opposite so it makes sense to use them in opposite way. But I want to ask what is "constantly changing" in the fact that "we can always find time for the things we enjoy doing almost never for the things we find unpleasant".