Our increments of time hedge philosophy. We witness credible evidence of effect but the measurement of our experience is an instrument, the mechanical clock and internal clock alike. My birthday is a few weeks before the Gregorian calendar’s New Years Day, so my gauge of a year's time is fairly traditional though I’m motivated by … Continue reading Measuring Time Against Action
Each present moment is in the past-- the next one to pass is the future, a chance to decide it. The flow of time means 'now' is a temperance. It's a balance of accepting that what has just happened and occurred long in the past both cannot be changed, but the future is simultaneous and … Continue reading Temperance and Time
Routines of everyday life are often riddled with roadblocks for people with disabilities. The range of obstacles is as vast as every person’s individual journey but there are basic systems of overcoming that can aid everyone. We as humans are diverse but connected in many ways, aspects of my life have been lived by many … Continue reading Disabled Motivation: Obstacles
https://youtu.be/l_YRey43Pkk I must remember to build routine and dedicate energy to uplifting my self perception. Stagnation is the bane of my growth, but consistency is the glue holding the building blocks of my recovery together.
Art therapy can be ugly and unhinged. Whenever I infect art with emotion, I become frustrated at clumsy lines and childish colours that don’t harmonize with the criteria determining what I consider good work of mine. I’m untrained in emotion therefore what practice I’ve had in art can’t outweigh the weakness of faith in my … Continue reading Therapy (Robots, Art, Effort)
Beginning in many ways; curled in my lovers arms, painting freely, heightened anxiety, thinking of a horrific memory, somehow I slip from the time stream. An hour passes. To me I have been drug through days or maybe only caught a couple seconds, I’ve detached from the normal experience of time. How I relate my … Continue reading Disability and Time Perception: Hour Gone By
Rebellion and victory, questioning the purpose of my current moment. I’ve always rebelled against the concept of a quantifiable moment in time, now instead I defy myself— my perceptions of my capabilities. What time is capable of, what the worth of the present moment is, it’s worth it for me to look deeper than experiences … Continue reading Disability and Time Perception: Productivity