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Everywhere you look, you’re looking back in time

When you look around at your everyday world, everywhere you look, you’re looking back in time. When you look at the people next to you, you see them in the past, 1 billionth of a second in the past, to … Continue reading

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Interview with poet Charles Simic

Charles Simic was the U.S. Poet Laureate and has won numerous prizes for his work, including the Pulitzer Prize for poetry. Born in 1938 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, he is no stranger to war and its effects on people’s lives. He … Continue reading

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I win the office bet…Steven Wright thinks this is funny

As a musician, Einstein couldn’t keep time very well. The guys in the office didn’t think that this nonfiction poem/joke about Einstein’s inability to keep rhythm while playing violin in contrast to his expertise on time was funny. But Comedian … Continue reading

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Einstein…

As a musician, Einstein couldn’t keep time very well.

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The best part & worst part of being in the moment

By Gene Myers I recently read an article on toddlers’ perception of time. Because my 20-month-old son, Owen, cannot understand a statement like, “I will be home in 8 hours,” it suggested using routine events that happen throughout his days … Continue reading

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