Reflections on time
Whatever action we are in, “time” is present. If we are busy, we often feel that there is too little time to get from A to B, or we must complete too many activities in too little time. It is very personal how we prioritize and how time affects us. When we work on our projects, time is usually present as daily rhythms, flowering seasons, experiences (time shifts). A fish swims if it suspects there is food nearby, a train passenger feels as if the time you spend travelling is shorter when there are varying landscapes to look at and when we go for a walk, we can choose whether we want to look down on our feet or out into the world. How is your relationship with time?