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Sydney April 2013 – May 2015 (5 photos)

“How to stop time: Kiss

How to travel in time: Read

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How to escape time: Music

wired for sound

How to feel time: Write

How to release time: Breathe”

… Matt Haig, author, Reasons to Stay Alive.

Like it or not, we are all enveloped in the fabric of time. At some point in all our lives, surely we must think about time – past, present or future, and how we could alter it in one way or another.

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“The time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time.”
… Bertrand Russell, philosopher.

Regardless of what you do with time, time marches on. Keep up with it if you can…

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“The future is something which everyone reaches at the rate of 60 minutes an hour, whatever he does, whoever he is.”
… C. S. Lewis, author.

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80 thoughts on “The fabric of time

  1. Profound words and photos to ponder. Thanks, LD. Just a few days ago, I actually took the time to think about time. (I had just watched that movie The Theory of Everything) What is time? Like probably most people, I had never thought about it before. It actually freaked me out, so I had to stop thinking about it.

    • Thanks Julie. It is a difficult concept to contemplate and conceptualise. Better to just enjoy it.

      Given 2 years to live at an early age and now 73, Stephen Hawking is a real time thief.

  2. Beautifully put together, Dragon. Time waits for no man, you know. When we pause, the world will keep turning. Everyone does things at their own pace, so maybe we should march to the beat of our own drum…sometimes 🙂

    • My favorite things in life don’t cost any money. It’s really clear that the most precious resource we all have is time.
      Steve Jobs

      Sadly, Steve’s time ran out too soon, but it does put things in perspective.

  3. I like this quote ” Like it or not, we are all enveloped in the fabric of time. At some point in all our lives, surely we must think about time – past, present or future, and how we could alter it in one way or another.” Very true, Dragon. 🙂

  4. That is a thought provoking headline quote; as are the others that follow-on. Great images too. Thank you for this Post – the best I’ve seen all day.

  5. After reading your post, I struggle finding some satisfying words to say… (It will take me a week or two to google, I think 😉 I love your wisdom words and photos. Your post always brings me to a different spiritual world. And I thank you!

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