A new year, and a clock moving too fast for us

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Dates and calendars are love ’em and hate ’em kinds of things. In some ways, they are imaginary numbers and periods of time. How would our lives be different if we didn’t have them or believe in them? Maybe we would behave like every day was our last, or every day was our first.

Because our lives are temporary, we obsessively focus on time, goals, and tomorrows. We set ourselves up…

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