Time – Baby Needs New Shoes

24 hours in a day:

Is time the great equalizer in a life?  A life that serves an economic system requiring you to compete for a living wage?

It may seem so at first blush – or so it did with me.  The more I contemplated the role time plays in a complicated system like “living a full life”, the more apparent it became that there is much room for debate.

Is time the great equalizer – one of very few level playing fields?  Um, nope.  Not as I now understand it.  But then, maybe I am wasting time right now.  Maybe not.  I dunno…

Baby need new shoes.


It seems to me, that there are many states of being that define living a life.  One of the best is anticipation.  A nearly permanent condition, anticipation drives much of the small tweaks we make to life decisions as we await results – desired or otherwise.  Not surprisingly, these small doses of life-tweaks go unnoticed by the host.  To what, I am not sure.

It does beg the question – is that a good thing?  More direct, does it matter and can it be controlled?