I feel like I’ve been writing a lot about time this year. While that is not quite true, I have mentioned “time” in 419 posts on the blog so far.
Time is so interesting! I am often asked how much I fit into one day. And then I think about Oprah and how much she can fit into her day. The more I explore the concept of time, the more it fascinates me.
Time is a human-made up construct and we all follow it. What would happen if the concept of time ceased to exist? Would we finally listen to our bodies and nature instead looking at our phones or TVs for the time to help us decide whether we should go to bed or eat? Was the concept of time one of the biggest drivers to separate us from our own biology and Mother Earth?
Time flies for certain activities and drags on for others. How did people measure time before? Was it in line with the sunrise and sunset or was it based on how long it took to wash laundry vs. feed the chickens?
If certain activities take “longer” than others to do, can we play with this concept and collapse or expand time?
Can something as fundamental as time be reimagined?