One caveat that no one has control over, yet everyone seems to want to control, is time. We plan it in our day-planners. We plan it when we think of schemes that will earn us money. Heck, we even applied a dollar value to the concept of time; something that we are not sure even exists at the same rate throughout the universe! Time rules our very existence–so we claim. But what if you threw that thinking out the window?
What would you say if I threw out all my watches, clocks and eliminated daylight-savings-time from my calendar? What would you say if I did not worry about how long it would take to complete a job, or whether or not that job would even be finished–I had better things to do? Even if the day turned into night, and the night turned into day, would it not matter because time no longer had any meaning? It would boil down to, “who cares.”
I say adios to time. I say we should all adopt a laissez faire approach to time. Let time not govern our lives, but our lives govern it! Punish those who denigrate anyone who ops out of punching a time clock for a flat-rate system of doing business.
Oh, sure, I would be foolish not to believe that time does not exist. I believe we need to rethink this concept, and start a revolution: calling it “taking back our time.”