It looks like you're talking about this question, which you deleted shortly after you asked it (I'm not sure why you're referring to yourself in the third person ("so the author deleted").
The content of the question is what you've posted in your question here, which is why I was initially confused. Please, be sure to explain your meta questions thoroughly. Because the question is deleted and you don't link to it, only a moderator could find it. The question was:
How much minimum time is suitable react to answer in SE?
I have been through this question a lot of time as if i wait keep staring too long it keeps eating my time if i also sit relaxed and not curious and impatient (as we all can do it perfectly) about it then it may be that the answer-er may get bored or something (sometimes i take almost a day or two due heavy schedule) so at both ends if people are impatient then i don't think its effective technique to just be patient or use smartphone app (which i don't) to distract self and still have the answers.
Don't judge me but might get a bit late on this one too
I'm not sure it's clear what you're asking here.
In the time it was posted, it received two downvotes and two close votes - one for "off topic, not about interpersonal skills" and one as "off topic, belongs on Meta".
If given the chance, I'd probably have closed it as "unclear what you're asking".
Based on the question, I'm guessing you're not a native English speaker - which is completely fine! But we need to be able to understand what you're asking and, I'm afraid, it's completely unclear to me. Besides that, we do limit the scope of questions we accept here about Stack Exchange. It's discussed in this meta question. If you have a general question about Stack Exchange, we recommend you ask it on Meta Stack Exchange.
When you do ask, please be sure to make things as clear as you can - use examples, keep your explanation concise. You talk about what the minimum time is for reacting to answers in your title but your body talks about taking a long time to respond. These are opposite things, making the question, again, unclear.