Day 1 / On Time

In the fantasy world of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865), Lewis Carroll plays fast and loose with the passage of Time (as exemplified by the always busy and time-pressured White Rabbit and the MadHatter’s watch, which shows months instead of hours).

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Our perception of Time clearly defines how we experience the world. In an era of (self-) tracking and (self-) quantification where technology allows us to measure every step we take, we wish for more quality time, which you describe as follows:

Loving, laughing, living (the really important things)

People, actions and things I am passionate about

Travelling the world

Listening to music and dreaming

Enjoying nature

Doing workout

Being thankful for such a wonderful life

Reading good books

Things I did in my childhood and teenage years, such as travelling and reading

My beloved family