Tateyama-machi — The modern man thinks that everything ought to be done for the sake of something else, and never for its own sake.1 Reset the mind - Reset ones priorities. It takes much time, effort and patience to get to where we are now. A day driving, a night camping, a one hour ticket queue, a sardine-packed cablecar, a one hour bus ride, and a squeeze through crowds of tourists just to reach the starti...
Calgary — Eleven days at a voice intensive. Eleven days of process. Eleven days of digging deep and breathing down there. Eleven days of song and movement. Eleven days of sound. I’m in Calgary giving myself a ...
Dietingen — We went to the crystal palace. We found all kinds of glimmering rocks, many of them beautiful enough to break our hearts. We thought some looked like frozen fire, others could almost be read as satell...
Time. I do not understand time. Or is it time that does not understand me. Time flies so quickly, but it is so long between each paycheck.
Time kills; treasure every moment.
Notes on Living Outside Cultural Norms. Reset the mind.
Double or Nothing
Notes on Living Outside Cultural Norms. Looking over my shoulder... bears!
The Great Clepsydra
Notes on Living Outside Cultural Norms. The bare necessities of life.
Notes on Living Outside Cultural Norms. Save for a sunny day.
Marking time since 1852
We were in Kairos whenever we were in the studio and in Kronos whenever we left it.
If teleportation existed today, would that be net positive or negative for the world economy?
Notes on Living Outside Cultural Norms. Corporate etiquette & Personal hygiene.
The ocean whispering & roaring along the wild Oregon coast, where I will find Li Po thinking of mountains & friends & emerald wine...
This clock tick tocks & todos somos enemigos del tiempo a veces...
Per Sempre (for always)
What time is it?
Right, whichever hemisphere you are in stand still for a moment, exactly where you are now,
What you leave behind.