Friday, August 3, 2018

TimeZones

Humans, over the years, have created the convention of time zones (in the U.S. we have the Eastern, the Central, the Mountain, and the Pacific time zones).

This artificial framing of time is done, we believe, to enhance our efficiencies, to give us reliable reference points, to measure "where we are" at some designated point in our day.  Knowing the time of day, either where we are presently, or where someone else is presently, or where we will be later or have been earlier, doesn't change a thing about who we are or why we exist.

I propose we consider adding a new time zone, the GOLD TIME ZONE (GTZ).  Since they're all made up anyway, why not?

The GTZ could be that window of time when we're interacting authentically with the people most important to us and fully engaging in worthy/consequential acts that make the world a better place.

Imagine a world running completely on GTZ.  (Never hurts to dream...)

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