Time as Sacred Construct
Not long ago, my eight-year-old nephew got me thinking about time. He was asked about the future: his grandmother was trying to teach the art of delayed gratification and said that if he did X, he could enjoy Y in the future. He looked her right in the eye and said, “There is no future. We’re always in the present.” Perhaps the Stanford Marshmallow Experiment would have worked better.
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My nephew makes an interesting point, much to the chagrin of his grandmother. Time is a human construction — although my dogs have caught on to the idea, especially dinner time. However, not all cultures regard time the same way:
However you view time, whether in seconds, minutes, and hours or in larger chunks, may your time be filled with peace and love. Namaste and Blessed Be.
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