Relearning Time

As we move  further into the 3rd millennium of time, there are three essential things to understand:

  1. time is what we make of it.
  2. 24/7 time is needlessly complex. 
  3. it is time to for a new beginning.
  1.  Time is what we make of it.  And time today, it ainʻt what it used to be. Throughout human history and across cultures, models of time have continuously evolved.  As there have been changes in the scale of activity allowed by technological and social transformations in organization, transport, and communication, people changed the way they understood and used time to order their activities.  In the middle ages, all time was seasonal, solar, cyclic, and as localized as the range a churchbell could be heard ringing. In the 19th century, time first became mechanical, then mean, then industrial and finally standardized into zones that wrapped fully around the world.  In the 20th, time became relative, atomic, coordinated and universal. Today, as we enter the 3rd millennium, our growing communication networks are once again ʻshrinking the distanceʻ between us and allowing global collaboration in realtime around the world.  What will be our next evolution in time?
  2. 24/7 is a needlessly complex model. framework.  How many minutes in a day?  How many hours in a week?when your basic time systems are so convoluted , your fundamental understanding of time is effectively sliced and diced and pureed.    if you had a clearer mental picture of time, you would spend less time trying to figure it out, and more time using it – for yourself and your own endeavors – not selling it to someone who has better time management skills than you do.
  3. itʻs time for a new beginning, and that is what this site is all about.  now.  everywhere.  time for hourevolution. 🙂

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