Today’s world of social media always talks about producing great content. There are a multitude of content management systems like WordPress that let you do this in writing and pictures within the internet world.
A content management system is like a white board with nothing on it. You have to keep filling it with “stuff” and it would help (if every now and then) the stuff was “good”.
What if we took time, and instead of using it to measure things or schedule our lives, we literally suspended this approach to time completely. We no longer cared how long something took and we did things at any time during the day instead of being on a schedule. We threw out all of these ideas of time before we rested at the end of the day.
Waking up the next morning we most likely will feel a bit confused and lost. Time is no longer calling us. We no longer have a routine.
Our focus can only be now on what we will do next. For ourselves. For others. No worry if it takes a minute, day, a year or a lifetime.
Try spending less of your focus on using time as a measurement. You now can do something (without guilt) for 10 minutes or 10 hours. No one is counting. Your life can now become more spontaneous.
Be curious, learn new things often, love abundantly, help others, pray often, enjoy the struggle of life, try to do more, become better at something, accept your failures and then try again to do more.
Creating good content in our lives (that leads both to better outcomes and stronger connections) becomes much easier to do when time becomes meaningless.