Tag: time


  • ill-sown discourses

    “If our scholars would lead more earnest lives, we should not witness those lame conclusions to their ill-sown discourses, but their sentences would pass over the ground like loaded rollers, and not mere hollow and wooden ones, to press in the seed and make it germinate.” (January 5, 1842) Henry David Thoreau It is interesting, […]

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  • time changes perception

    It is interesting how the same material can hit you differently at different times in your life. I’ve had this book (Intuition Pumps) for probably around 5 years. When I first bought it I tried reading it, but it just felt too dense. I could not really make it through the chapters. And the pages […]

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  • the truth

    Here’s the thing: You can hide that bad behavior/habit. You can pretend it is not affecting anyone. You can gaslight people when they ask about it. You can act like everything is alright. You can lie to everyone so much you start to believe it. But, at the end of the day– the truth still […]

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  • wasted time

    A question that I return to often: What does it mean to “waste time”? And should I do more or less of it?

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  • big feelings

    I’ve felt pretty existential recently. And that brings along with it a deep sadness but braided with joy and gratitude. It’s a big feeling. And one that I try to avoid because I see it all– the good, the bad, and the love all encapsulated within the time that feels like a limitation. How is […]

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  • time + process

    I am biased towards processes that take time. Something about working on something, putting it away, waiting and then working on it again, makes the process feel so much more rewarding. You have a fresh ear on the sound, or mind on the words, or whatever you need. Like the process of making sourdough. You […]

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