Urania looked at the calendar and cursed. “Grrrrr! @#*&()%! Who scheduled a lunch?! Tomorrow is supposed to be the first day of our new life. Office hours from 8:00 until noon.” Cal sighed. “Relax, will you? The lunch was scheduled weeks ago, before we retreated, and found inspiration to goal set and plan. Office hours commence on Tuesday.”
Thalia bellowed through a megaphone, "Muse-wear! Get your muse-wear here!"
Do the questions that I ask myself/yourself lead me /us to be fully present to whatever unfolds or to "what is"?
A car company, perhaps Mazda, used “Vroom, Vroom” to entice folks to drive their cars. I bought a ‘74 VW bus in that same year. VW’s campaign symbol then was labeled “Fahrvergnugen” which to VW translated as “The thrill of driving a VW.” My bus came with a decal of that theme. Years later I applied it to the rear glass of my Ford work van. 🤷🏽
And... the driver in the VW graphic appeared to have his hair streaming back in the wind! Not at all unlike how I felt after today’s post! I did take a peek at Farman Street as well. My hair’s still streaming back!
Along the way between 1974 and today there’s both less hair and less inclination to have my hair streaming back. Likely due to having less hair. 🤷🏽 What I was able to see was the difference between a much younger and more youthful creator, in the process of building beaver dams with lodges, and my present motivations.
Not sure which tree to gnaw down first! Implementation of Farnam Street’s suggestion to make choices more quickly and with less striving for the perfect ones. Ahhh...
T-shirt: “I bought a chicken from one website, an egg from another. I’ll let you know.” 😁
I like the title with the chalkboard illustration.
In my opinion, best article ever on TIME! By guess who? Yep, Farnam Street! Here you go!
From the early 1900’s. Everything we’ve ever needed to know about time. How does it apply today? Can we use the article to address the questions Typist shared with us from their newsletter? What’s at the intersection of time and intention? Time and Activity Management? Time and Expectations? Time and Goals? Planning? Freedom? Ukiyo? Shoshin? Muditā? Other obscure words and ideas? Mindfulness in general?
We could go on and on... 😊
We learned about the idea of the intersection of words at the retreat with Karen.