The Aspect Of My Life

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Time Collapse

Days no longer have a particular feel for me.  I could usually wake up in the morning and have a sense of what day it was.  Friday, Saturday, Sunday Monday...they were ingrained into my sensory field and I knew what they felt like.  For awhile I could continue to find the day's energy if I put some effort into it, but I have now lost even that ability.

For me, time has collapsed.


  1. As long as you are still keeping a grip on space, you should be fine.

    Almost out of there?


    p.s. I would have always imagine you drifted in timelessness!

  2. I was raised that the only time is the right time. As in time for bed, time to plant, time to harvest, time to wake up, time to gather, etc; No days of the week, no hours of the day. After years and years and years of schedules,I love, once again to live in stept with a natural clock!