TweetGranted, not all travel is about visiting museums, absorbing culture, learning a language, some of it (most of it for most men) has a lot to do with the, “Am I going to get lucky if I visit _____.” Yes, you are right to say men are pigs. But that’s how they think. Always with [...]Read more
Tick tock tick tock. In Prague, Czech Republic, there’s a medieval clock in the Old Town Square named Prague Orloj (or Astronomical Clock), it’s a major tourist attraction, and one reason it’s so popular is to hear the clock strike on the hour and to watch the animated figurines move about. But there is one figure that stands out from the rest, it’s the skeleton that rings its bell on the hour — reminding everyone about their inevitable demise.
But it’s apropos that Death should be intertwined with time. We all base life on this measurement, all the way up to its end. It is how we determine our daily activities: wake up, breakfast, work, lunch, appointments, dinner, sleep…Time and life are tied in a convenient knot, they are subtly connected that impact mind, body and soul. It can stress us out when we’re running late, or it can drive us mad if it is going too slow. But there are cultures out there that time is superfluous. They use time only as a rough estimate. They don’t get to places on time, only on their time!Read more