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Never is the Right Time

I hear occasionally someone mention waiting until the right time to do something. Sometimes they wait to face a responsibility. Sometimes they wait to try something new. In either case, it is often that “the right time” is code for “I’m not going to face this right now.” It’s ok to wait sometimes. I wait […]

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Biorhythms or the Chinese Body Clock

A friend of mine just shared with me that there is a Chinese body clock that healers use to help diagnose illness. I’m quite intrigued, especially since it stands to reason that we have biological rhythms all their own. Also, our bodies may have some natural attunement to time or timing around us. The quick […]

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Moving Forward in Time

Time is a cultural experience and one that will not change overnight (badoom boom). We may need to slowly adjust ourselves back to sensing time in our environment rather than using tools to tell us what time is. It will take a lot of practice and small steps to regaining this sense. The first step […]

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The Three Dimensions of Time

I’ve heard about theories of multidimensionality and that time is one of the many dimensions. In sci-fi stories, characters talk about past, present and future as being one. There are stories that time is more mutable than we think it is. Theorists say we experience time only as a progression forward but that there may […]

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Methods, Motion and Time

I’m a process person and like to document how things work in their methods. I find processes fascinating, like finding out what it takes to cook a particular meal, watching how people click through a website, thinking about how people mentally process the written message and so forth. At work, I always like to figure […]

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Sensing The Flow

I loved going to university, because I was able to get away from the clock a little. This got me to thinking about how time was more about timing and a living rhythm instead of something divided out into days, hours, minutes and whatever else. While going to university I was able to return to a […]

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Making Time An Object

Civilizations and people have turned time into an object, something that is viewed like a resource or a kind of property. Yet, time is something that we feel through how we live. It is built on cycles, or more specifically, the cycles that affect us. These may be largely based in the cosmos, but our […]

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Time Is A Natural Feeling

I don’t think we stop to pay attention to time as a natural phenomenon, and as a result, I think we have truly lost touch with it. This has come from cultural shifts away from direct connections to time to making time a “thing”. I think this has been a somewhat detrimental shift that has […]

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