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Time And Calendars Sayings By Brittany Howard: For my band's debut tour in 2011, we road-tripped across the country in a 15-passenger For my band's debut tour in 2011, we road-tripped across the country in a 15-passenger van. It was the first time I'd left Alabama. I drove through scenery I'd only ever seen in calendars: auburn leaves falling in Vermont, the sun setting over purple mountains in Arizona. It was incredible. — Brittany Howard
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Time And Calendars Sayings By Seneca The Younger: Time is the one thing that is given to everyone in equal measure. Time is the one thing that is given to everyone in equal measure. — Seneca The Younger
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Time And Calendars Sayings By Carlos Barrios: Humanity will continue, but in a different way. Material structures will change. From this we Humanity will continue, but in a different way. Material structures will change. From this we will have the opportunity to be more human. We are living in the most important era of the Mayan calendars and prophecies. All the prophecies of the world, all the traditions are converging now. There is no time for games. The spiritual ideal of this era is action. — Carlos Barrios
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Time And Calendars Sayings By Michael Ende: Life holds one great but quite commonplace mystery. Though shared by each of us and Life holds one great but quite commonplace mystery. Though shared by each of us and known to all, seldom rates a second thought. That mystery, which most of us take for granted and never think twice about, is time.
Calendars and clocks exist to measure time, but that signifies little because we all know that an hour can seem as eternity or pass in a flash, according to how we spend it.
Time is life itself, and life resides in the human heart. — Michael Ende
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Time And Calendars Sayings By Anthony Giddens: In a world of alternative lifestyle options, strategic life planning becomes of special importance. Like In a world of alternative lifestyle options, strategic life planning becomes of special importance. Like lifestyle patterns, life plans of one kind or another are something of an inevitable concomitant of post-traditional social forms. Life plans are the substantial content of the reflexively organised trajectory of the self. Life-planning is a means of preparing a course of future actions mobilised in terms of the self's biography. We may also speak here of the existence of personal calendars or life-plan calendars, in relation to which the personal time of the lifespan is handled. — Anthony Giddens
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Time And Calendars Sayings By Eugene H. Peterson: Pliny the Elder once said that the Romans, when they couldn't make a building beautiful, Pliny the Elder once said that the Romans, when they couldn't make a building beautiful, made it big. The practice continues to be popular: If we can't do it well, we make it larger. We add dollars to our income, rooms to our houses, activities to our schedules, appointments to our calendars. And the quality of life diminishes with each addition. On the other hand, every time that we retrieve a part of our life from the crowd and respond to God's call to us, we are that much more ourselves, more human. Every time we reject the habits of the crowd and practice the disciplines of faith, we become a little more alive. — Eugene H. Peterson
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Time And Calendars Sayings By Irina Ratushinskaya: The calendar? A mere convention ... The calendar? A mere convention ... — Irina Ratushinskaya
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Time And Calendars Sayings By Andrzej Stasiuk: With events that have passed there is no problem, provided we don't attempt to be With events that have passed there is no problem, provided we don't attempt to be wiser that they are, provided we can't use them to further own own ends. If we let them be, the turn into a marvelous solution, a magical acid that dissolves time and space, eats calendars and atlases, and turns the coordinates of action into sweet nothingness. What is the meaning of the riddle? What is the use to anyone of chronology, sister of death? — Andrzej Stasiuk
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Time And Calendars Sayings By Alexander Pope: Dogs, ye have had your day! Dogs, ye have had your day! — Alexander Pope
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Time And Calendars Sayings By Terry Pratchett: The whole panoply of the universe has been neatly expressed to them as things to The whole panoply of the universe has been neatly expressed to them as things to (a) mate with, (b) eat, (c) run away from, and (d) rocks. This frees the mind from unnecessary thoughts and gives it a cutting edge where it matters. Your normal animal, in fact, never tries to walk and chew gum at the same time. The average human, on the other hand, thinks about all sorts of things around the clock, on all sorts of levels, with interruptions from dozens of biological calendars and time-pieces. There's thoughts about to be said, and private thoughts, and real thoughts, and thoughts about thoughts, and a whole gamut of subconscious thoughts. — Terry Pratchett
Time And Calendars Sayings By Billy Graham: Heaven has no clocks or calendars, and time will be no more [Revelation 10:6]. Heaven has no clocks or calendars, and time will be no more [Revelation 10:6]. — Billy Graham
Time And Calendars Sayings By Charles Caleb Colton: Tomorrow! It is a period nowhere to be found in all the registers of time, Tomorrow! It is a period nowhere to be found in all the registers of time, unless, perchance, in the fool's calendar. — Charles Caleb Colton
Time And Calendars Sayings By Fred Brooks: More software projects have gone awry for lack of calendar time than for all other More software projects have gone awry for lack of calendar time than for all other causes combined. — Fred Brooks
Time And Calendars Sayings By Alan Lightman: In a world where time cannot be measured, there are no clocks, no calendars, no In a world where time cannot be measured, there are no clocks, no calendars, no definite appointments. Events are triggered by other events, not by time. — Alan Lightman
Time And Calendars Sayings By Orhan Pamuk: Clocks and calendars do not exist to remind us of the Time we've forgotten but Clocks and calendars do not exist to remind us of the Time we've forgotten but to regulate our relations with others and indeed all of society, and this is how we use them. — Orhan Pamuk
Time And Calendars Sayings By Ogden Nash: Unwillingly Miranda wakes,Feels the sun with terror,One unwilling step she takes,Shuddering to the mirror.Miranda in Unwillingly Miranda wakes,
Feels the sun with terror,
One unwilling step she takes,
Shuddering to the mirror.

Miranda in Miranda's sight
Is old and gray and dirty;
Twenty-nine she was last night;
This morning she is thirty.

Shining like the morning star,
Like the twilight shining,
Haunted by a calendar,
Miranda is a-pining.

Silly girl, silver girl,
Draw the mirror toward you;
Time who makes the years to whirl
Adorned as he adored you.

Time is timelessness for you;
Calendars for the human;
What's a year, or thirty, to
Loveliness made woman?

Oh, Night will not see thirty again,
Yet soft her wing, Miranda;
Pick up your glass and tell me, then--
How old is Spring, Miranda? — Ogden Nash
Time And Calendars Sayings By Brigid Schulte: Time-use researchers call it "contaminated time." It is a product of both role overload - Time-use researchers call it "contaminated time." It is a product of both role overload - working and still bearing the primary responsibility for children and home - and task density. It's mental pollution, one researcher explained. One's brain is stuffed with all the demands of work along with the kids' calendars, family logistics, and chores. Sure, mothers can delegate tasks on the to-do list, but even that takes up brain space - not simply the asking but also the checking to make sure the task has been done, and the biting of the tongue when it hasn't been done as well or as quickly as you'd like. So it is perhaps not surprising that time researchers are finding that, while "free time" may help ease the feeling of time pressure for men, and in the 1970s helped women a little, by 1998 it was providing women no relief at all.15 — Brigid Schulte
Time And Calendars Sayings By Sam Keen: Chronological time is what we measure by clocks and calendars; it is always linear, orderly, Chronological time is what we measure by clocks and calendars; it is always linear, orderly, quantifiable, and mechanical. Kairotic time is organic, rhythmic, bodily, leisurely, and aperiodic; it is the inner cadence that brings fruit to ripeness, a woman to childbirth, a man to change the direction of his life. — Sam Keen
Time And Calendars Sayings By Joseph Fink: She had recently turned nineteen. She had been recently nineteen for as long as she She had recently turned nineteen. She had been recently nineteen for as long as she could remember. The pawnshop had been hers for a long time, centuries maybe. Clocks and calendars don't work in Night Vale. Time itself doesn't work. — Joseph Fink
Time And Calendars Sayings By Margery Sharp: There is nothing so intractable as a calendar. There is nothing so intractable as a calendar. — Margery Sharp
Time And Calendars Sayings By David Allen: When time itself turned into a work factor, personal calendars became a key work tool. When time itself turned into a work factor, personal calendars became a key work tool. — David Allen
Time And Calendars Sayings By Benjamin Disraeli: But what minutes! Count them by sensation, and not by calendars, and each moment is But what minutes! Count them by sensation, and not by calendars, and each moment is a day. — Benjamin Disraeli
Time And Calendars Sayings By P.K. Page: I had forgotten such innocence exists,/forgotten how it feels/ to live with neither calendars nor I had forgotten such innocence exists,/forgotten how it feels/ to live with neither calendars nor clocks — P.K. Page
Time And Calendars Sayings By Douglas Coupland: Dimanchophobia:Fear of Sundays, not in a religious sense but rather, a condition that reflects fear Dimanchophobia:
Fear of Sundays, not in a religious sense but rather, a condition that reflects fear of unstructured time. Also known as acalendrical anxiety. Not to be confused with didominicaphobia, or kyriakephobia, fear of the Lord's Day.
Dimanchophobia is a mental condition created by modernism and industrialism. Dimanchophobes particularly dislike the period between Christmas and New Year's, when days of the week lose their significance and time blurs into a perpetual Sunday. Another way of expressing dimanchophobia might be "life in a world without calendars." A popular expression of this condition can be found in the pop song "Every Day is Like Sunday," by Morrissey, in which he describes walking on a beach after a nuclear way, when every day of the week now feels like Sunday. — Douglas Coupland
Time And Calendars Sayings By Emily Dickinson: LOOK back on time with kindly eyes, He doubtless did his best; How softly sinks LOOK back on time with kindly eyes, He doubtless did his best; How softly sinks his trembling sun In human nature's west! — Emily Dickinson
Time And Calendars Sayings By Michael Ende: Calendars and clocks exist to measure time, but that signifies little because we all know Calendars and clocks exist to measure time, but that signifies little because we all know that an hour can seem as eternity or pass in a flash, according to how we spend it. — Michael Ende
Time And Calendars Sayings By Lang Leav: SoulsWhen two souls fall in love, there is nothing else but theyearning to be close Souls
When two souls fall in love, there is nothing else but the
yearning to be close to the other. The presence that is felt
through a hand held, a voice heard, or a smile seen.
Souls do not have calendars or clocks, nor do they understand
the notion of time or distance. They only know it feels right to
be with one another.
This is the reason why you miss someone so much when they
are not there - even if they are only in the very next room.
Your soul only feels their absence - it doesn't realize the
separation is temporary. — Lang Leav
Time And Calendars Sayings By Kurt Vonnegut: The time would not pass. Somebody was playing with the clocks, and not only the The time would not pass. Somebody was playing with the clocks, and not only the electronic clocks but the wind-up kind too. The second hand on my watch would twitch once, and a year would pass, and then it would twitch again.
There was nothing I could do about it. As an Earthling I had to believe whatever clocks said -and calendars. — Kurt Vonnegut
Time And Calendars Sayings By Lord Byron: Think'st thou existence doth depend on time? It doth; but actions are our epochs. Think'st thou existence doth depend on time? It doth; but actions are our epochs. — Lord Byron
Time And Calendars Sayings By John Green: On time for us was thirty minutes before actually started, because the half hour before On time for us was thirty minutes before actually started, because the half hour before the first bell was the highlight of our social calendars: standing outside the side door that led into the band room and just talking. — John Green
Time And Calendars Sayings By Lemony Snicket: I will love you as we grow older, which has just happened, and has happened I will love you as we grow older, which has just happened, and has happened again, and happened several days ago, continuously, and then several years before than, and will continue to happen as the spinning hands of every clock and the flipping pages of every calendar marks the passage of time, except for the clocks that people have forgotten to wind and the calendars that people have forgotten to place in a highly visible area. — Lemony Snicket
Time And Calendars Sayings By Mary Lascelles: A story conducted by the time of a clock and calendars alone would be a A story conducted by the time of a clock and calendars alone would be a story not of human beings but of mechanical toys. — Mary Lascelles
Time And Calendars Sayings By Alice Steinbach: As I set out each day, I felt like a young child again. One who As I set out each day, I felt like a young child again. One who hadn't yet learned the rules of manmade time; the rules of clocks and calendars, of weekdays and weekends. Except the primitive markers of day and night, time lay ahead of me in a continuous, undefined mass. — Alice Steinbach
Time And Calendars Sayings By Sarah Ban Breathnach: Chronos is clocks, deadlines, watches, calendars, agendas, planners, schedules, beepers. Chronos is time at her Chronos is clocks, deadlines, watches, calendars, agendas, planners, schedules, beepers. Chronos is time at her worst. Chronos keeps track ... Chronos is the world's time. Kairos is transcendence, infinity, reverence, joy, passion, love, the Sacred. Kairos is intimacy with the Real. Kairos is time at her best ... Kairos is Spirit's time. We exist in chronos. We long for kairos. That's our duality. Chronos requires speed so that it won't be wasted. Kairos requires space so that it might be savored. We do in chronos. In kairos we're allowed to be ... It takes only a moment to cross over from chronos into kairos, but it does take a moment. All that kairos asks is our willingness to stop running long enough to hear the music of the spheres. — Sarah Ban Breathnach
Time And Calendars Sayings By Lang Leav: Souls do not have calendars or clocks, nor do they understand the notion of time Souls do not have calendars or clocks, nor do they understand the notion of time or distance. They only know it feels right to be with one another. — Lang Leav
Time And Calendars Sayings By Leslie Marmon Silko: Time limits are fictional. Losing all sense of time is actually the way to reality. Time limits are fictional. Losing all sense of time is actually the way to reality. We use clocks and calendars for convenience sake, not because that kind of time is real. — Leslie Marmon Silko
Time And Calendars Sayings By Jhumpa Lahiri: Descartes, in his Third Meditation, said that God re-created the body at each successive moment. Descartes, in his Third Meditation, said that God re-created the body at each successive moment. So that time was a form of sustenance. On earth time was marked by the sun and moon, by rotations that distinguished day from night, that had led to clocks and calendars. The present was a speck that kept blinking, brightening and diminishing, something neither alive nor dead. How long did it last? One second? Less? It was always in flux; in the time it took to consider it, it slipped away. In one of her notebooks from Calcutta were jottings in Udayan's hand, on the laws of classical physics. Newton's theory that time was an absolute entity, a stream flowing at a uniform rate of its own accord. Einstein's contribution, that time and space were intertwined. He'd described it in terms of particles, velocities. A system of relations among instantaneous events. Something called time — Jhumpa Lahiri
Time And Calendars Sayings By Steven Pinker: The similarity between space and time is limpid enough that we routinely use space to The similarity between space and time is limpid enough that we routinely use space to represent time in calendars, hourglasses, and other time-keeping devices. And the cognitive similarity also shows up in everyday metaphors where spatial terms are borrowed to refer to time. — Steven Pinker
Time And Calendars Sayings By Michael Bierut: I have a bunch of calendars I used before I went digital. Every once in I have a bunch of calendars I used before I went digital. Every once in a while, I'll open up one from 1991 and look at all the names and appointments and things that, at the time, seemed so important. Meetings that I was really worried about, things that I was getting calls four times a day about, and I wonder, "Where did it all go? Where are they now?" It's so strange, everything has disappeared. The only thing that stays behind is the work. — Michael Bierut