One of my professors in the anthropology Department of George Washington University, the controversial Dr. Patrick Gallagher, used to lecture us about time - partly about the cultural relativity of beliefs about time.
He was also trying to make what he considered an important point when he said, "You can't be late until you get there… and then you're there…"
Well, it was the 60's, an era when time was certainly being 'bent' with all manner of substances, but he was also trying to get us to understand something about the tyranny of time…
DANCE WITH IT! EXPERIENTIAL APPS
An opportunity to experiment with some fun
Time is an important commodity in the interactions between humans.
We give our time to help others.
We take up someone's time.
We say: "Time is money".
We waste time.
We buy time.
We pay on time.
We do things in a timely manner.
The list goes on and on and yet most of us probably never stop to think about our personal relationship with time and how we came to believe these things.
Think about it:
What does time mean to you… and how do you use it?
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