Monday, March 18, 2013

Passing Time

life without timekeeping

via Modern Hepburn

7 comments:

Camila Faria said...

WOW, that's scary. And, oh, so true!

Krystal said...

time passing freaks me out. as did this!

fluff and fripperies said...

Um. Cheery this ain't!

EMA said...

Wow that quote is great! I agree that we are sometimes so obsessed with time, especially after just moving to South Africa where timekeeping is not taken so seriously, and people just enjoy life more!

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NaNa said...

that really makes me think how peaceful it would be if we weren't so caught up in keeping up to speed with everyone..

love from the NANA girls xoxo

ivette said...

yeah, I read something about this a while ago, I think I even drew something like it too... the way animals don't measure time therefore are happy and careless all the time.. I envy that// I've always been some sort of disconnected with "time".. I don't like wearing watches at all, I don't like the fact that aging goes together with maturing (growing up), I think time does not really exist, only clocks no?
I don't know.. I get way tripped when it comes to this subject.. I try not to pay attention to time stealing our hours, our days, our youth.. it's exhausting to think you're always late and time is running out.. let's not :)

little t said...

I don't wear a watch either Ivette, and I've never thought of it as an objection to timekeeping in general but maybe it is (on some level).

I remember hearing once (probably on Oprah) that people who are always late are selfish because they think that their time is more important than other people's and it hit a nerve because I'm always late and I would hate to think of it as making me 'selfish'.

I just hate the pressure that comes with having a fixed time for everything...