The Invisible Clock: A Practical Revolution in Finding Time for Everyone and Everything

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Kingsland Hall Publishing, Feb 1, 2002 - Business & Economics - 122 pages
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The theme is to forget about time and base your life on "a mission". Although I may disagree on some of his particulars, generally this sounds real good to me. As a person who has long found time stifling, I believe such is a good idea. As a person who has
sought to avoid thinking about time for quite awhile now, this is welcome and it gives me the all the more reason to continue avoiding thinking about time.
 

Contents

The Nature of Time
10
Categories of Perception
27
Time as a Perception
41
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