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April 24, 2019

Time — what to do with it? For many this is determined by work plus whatever else a person chooses to add to the mix. When there’s no work then there are holes in it all. Holes which are difficult to figure what to do with? Does a person simply look for anything? What about the meaningful part of it all? Is that still allowed? If so, how? If not, how?

Time — sometimes we don’t have enough of it. Sometimes way too much. Some people seem to have more of it than others. Some enjoy the passage of time, others don’t. Some are very good at remembering what’s happened over time, others not so much. Sometimes time is coming up, sometimes it’s running out. It can be short or very long.

Time — one of those things that’s inherent to life. As long as we’re alive we have it. Once we die who knows? But it’s no longer something our bodies have here on earth. As for any other type of presence? Not that those of us who are alive can detect anyway.

Time — when you think of it there’s an amazing number of ways we describe what is really just one thing. Which moves forward at whatever rate you want to give it. In much of our world is divided up into smaller and smaller parts–millenium, centuries, decades, years, months, days, hours, minutes, seconds. All composed of seconds, the basic building block. For many of us anyway.

Time — for most this is divided into work and what one does when not working. So if not working all of a sudden things get a bit disjointed. As there’s a big hole in the day. Filled with questions of what to do. Take any job? Wait for something meaningful? If so, how? If not, how?

Time — too many questions.

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