Time is the Present. The Present is Time.
I can look at this simple statement in several ways. First, I can read it as time is the PRESENT, meaning that we have been given the gift of time. Time to read, to work, to paint, to do nothing at all. Suddenly, we find ourselves with 5 minutes, or an hour…maybe a day, week, or month…with nothing to do at all, or anything we want to do. By Dr. Lightfoot, Managing Director for Village Inc. Africa and IUM Visiting Professor More to read...