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Wednesday Wisdom – Rushing Time

Do you know what peeves me off? Time, just in general, I find it very irritating. Time doesn’t actually exist, it’s only 6:30 pm in Minnesota because we all have this understanding and choose to participate in this human contrived notion of time. And then on top of all of this time shit, we have all of these deadlines which is like time within time – time squared. We manage our time to the point that we don’t have any. It’s nuts, it drives me crazy, I’d like to get off the ride now. I just want to get up when the sun comes up, go to work, get as much done as I can, eat at some point, work some more, leave and not be beholden to time. I feel like the illusion of time actually makes us think that tomorrow is guaranteed, when it isn’t. Can you imagine how much more productive you would be if you didn’t know when the day would end? Honestly, humans micro-manage the shit out of everything, I hope aliens exist.

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9 Comments

  • Hunida

    I’m not sure why but I’m not able to read your blogs on my phone anymore, when I go to your page, it’s like the whole left side is cut off. 😭

  • hoiyinli

    This is SO TRUE.
    The concept of time has gotten so unnecessary because we measure everything by it and end up not being productive at all. I liked your comment about time within time so time squared…I thought that was clever haha. Like imagine if “time” was actually double? Like a minute was actually 2 minutes or something? We would still probably be complaining that we don’t have enough time for anything. To be honest, I always thought we make time. If you have no time for something, I usually think that person is either giving themselves too much to do or they are bad organisers.

    • quitesimplystella

      Right?! I really think that if we focused on time less that we would be so much more productive. We waste time evaluating how much time we don’t have! That’s the thing, we really have as much time as we want and we can make time – if someone can’t make time then they didn’t want to do it in the first place. Drive me nuts.

      Totally get it, like dog years – how does that work?! How many minutes are passing for them when only 1 minutes passed by for me. Time, it’s such a made up mess.

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