End of day refers to the time when a task should be completed by the end of the business day, typically 5:00 PM. In the United States military, end of day or close of business is the time when all scheduled training and administrative work stops. The unit’s senior noncommissioned officer may hold a formation at this time, during which guidance is given to the enlisted members, the unit commander may publish information, and the unit is given the command to fall out, which usually means done for the day. End of day can also mean different things depending on the context in which it’s used, such as the time at which the bank closes its doors to customers or the time at which the store closes. Some employers may use COB interchangeably with EOD, but they have a few key differences.
as we move along the outside world and events unfold before us, we greet, we wave or we ignore
we move on forwards on the world, is it a plan, is it for a purpose or is it an obligation
day or night whom are we moving forwards for