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100 Words: Relativity

Timing is everything. Alarm clocks start us out on time. The vicissitudes of traffic determine whether or not we arrive on time. The time clock—actual, virtual or implicit—measures out our working day. Then it’s happy hour, rush hour, drive time, dinner time, prime time, bedtime. Every moment of our lives seems crammed and stretched. When will we ever find the time?

But we’ve lost track of time. We’ve lost leisure time, unstructured time, downtime, play time. Even the things we really want to do get crowded out by the things we must do. It’s time for a change.

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