Time for Friends; Time for Peace

I’m slowly making plans to be without anything but an electronic reader this summer when I go to Europe. My phone will come along, but only as a camera. Three weeks with no electronic input.

I think my brain needs it. We’ll see how I do.

But I realized, huh, I won’t have a watch. I stopped wearing a watch when I stopped my corporate job at 30. I am now 2x+5… so, I haven’t worn a watch for a long time.

So time goes back to more public displays. I will keep time only insofar as I need to be at a show or on a plane or a train. The rest of time it will be time for rest. Time for friends. Time for Peace. I am really looking forward to seeing how my relationship to Time adjusts. And what will I have to do if I see my relationship to Peace change?

I’m going to have to make more time for Friends and Peace. I think I’ll make better Peace.

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