The Day That Time Stood Still

What if it’s true that we humans are the only life forms that experience linear time?  You don’t see birds, flowers, dogs, cats, or any other beings wearing watches, right?  And none of them have electronic devices to measure time.  They all live in the NOW.  This year I’m trying more and more to do that.  To be more conscious of where I am and what I’m doing, rather than doing things by rote.  I’m also trying to remember to just breathe in the moment of now.

I took this photo at a jewelry repair store here in town while WS was getting his watch repaired, and I thought it was pretty unique what the owner did with all of these “dead” watch faces.  The picture only shows a small portion of the entire wall.  Namaste’


9 Comments Add yours

  1. jmgoyder says:

    I love that watch photo!


  2. bulldogsturf says:

    Great photo… I just wonder if birds and animals don’t have built in watches.. something a bit more complicated to those we look at.. they all seem to know when the sun should rise and when it is going to set, and that is come summer or winter.. or do you think they just observe their time by the suns movement…?,… I just wonder that’s all…


    1. I imagine their bodies are tuned into earth and her energies, which is probably something we humans should learn more of. Thanks for your comment, as always, Rob.


  3. Gigi says:

    What a fun picture. I love the dirty window effect on the borders.


    1. Thanks, Miss Gigi! I appreciate your comments as always.


  4. Patti says:

    Perhaps that is how I have been living all along. Considering I am usually a late bird. Not wearing a watch was helpful as well. Love the photo.


    1. Me, too. Hardly ever wear a watch anymore, but we really have no excuses for being late. Our cell phones have clocks – LOL


  5. This is the first time I see your blog and I ofund it pretty interesting; I liked this post a lot, you made me think about different things.
    I like the photo as well.
    Looking forward to your upcoming posts.


    1. Thanks, Pablo, for stopping by my blog and the follow. I didn’t know yours was out there either but I really like what you do. And you’re right – it’s all about getting out of our comfort zones. Stay blessed.


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