“You may delay, but time will not.” – Benjamin Franklin
Inhale: I AM
We are happy to announce that we have a guest writer today – ‘stressless in nyc’. He’s been with us since the beginning and has promised to be with us till the end…the end of time that is…I know you’ll enjoy his take on time below as much as I have – Parvati xo
“What can one say about time, I believe time engulfs all. What I mean is everything we do is based on time even if we do nothing…. some would say we are wasting time. lets take a time-out and ponder this theme……time comes and goes full circle, time can be on your side or time can be against you. Time never stops even when we do. Time to catch up. Time is worn on your wrist its hung on the wall its present on top of buildings, on your cable box , it can even be sand flowing down in a glass for crying out loud and most of all, always on our minds . I’m late for work, what time’s the show, its been awhile since I’ve seen you, what time are you going, what time will you be there, do you know how long I waited for you –you do this all the time and you know what its about time you knew! We have a big day planned at Bed Bath and Beyond tomorrow and maybe Costco if we have enough time (Frank the Tank).
Its our everything ….some utilize time to their advantage… some just don’t know what time it is….. I started putting these thoughts together yesterday when i looked at the clock and realized i was late for a dinner yet we were getting the early bird special—see what i mean. people talk about time all the time—this is my time to shine–need a little me time–excuse me miss do you have the time, at least that’s what the new york times said. musicians sing about time, Cindy Lauper’s time after time, culture clubs time and my favorite pink floyds time from the darkside of the moon album. while these songs are completely different in genres, style, and composition they all basically carry the same theme of the indefinite continued progress of existence in the past, present, and future as a whole.
ok, so why are we spending so much time on time—well I’ll tell ya- time is the most precious commodity we have, so learn from the past, plan wisely for the future but most important—–live in the moment.”
~stressless in nyc.
The best part about meditation is that we can do it anywhere. Whether in the serenity of our homes, on the train, bus, cab, yoga mat, in the shower, and in the rain! However, while operating heavy machinery, meditation is strongly ill-advised. It’s said we breathe 20,000 times a day — SO many opportunities to send out love, peace, and inspiration.
Just close your eyes and focus on the space between your eye brows, your third-eye and the window to your imagination and INHALE I Am, EXHALE Present. Rinse, Breathe, Repeat (no matter where you may be).
Laughing is Contagious, it Starts with You.
To hear a song that helped inspire this blog, go here: