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This I know to be true.
Time is constant.
It is a consistent variable in all things.
With no verifiable beginning, nor an impending end, it is continuous, precise, unwavering.
We use time to measure, to moderate, to coordinate, organize, systemize, rationalize. We cannot escape, outrun, nor grasp time for it is elusive, it is intangible, it is indefinite.
One of the key concepts of Mindfulness is paying attention to what's going on around you, right now, at this very moment. Not five minutes ago, or five minutes from now.
A good question that people ask is simply 'Why?'. Why is it such a key concept?
The simple answer is because there is a story in almost every thing around you.
So many times we focus on what we perceive as the 'big' things. A vacation next summer. Christmas. A party this weekend.
The filler time we have between these big events is the grind that people go through to get from one 'big' event to the next one. The Grind, its often called. Work. School. Family commitments. Preparing meals. Exercising. Daily routines.
Yesterday the exhibit team from the NC Museum of History met at Historic Stagville in Durham as part of the planning of the Stagville: Black & White photo exhibit, which opens in March 2014.