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Yes, it is truly relative to our own timekeeping. I am a working man. Time goes faster when I'm working hard; not so much when the phonecalls are intermittent.

By the way, Susan, I am an artist with the pending ILLOGICAL thinking that goes with an inspired lifestyle. Visual arts, poetry and even so far as architectural design are embellishments to an active imagination. I cannot be a logical person; it is not my nature. I try to reason things out, but I always give in to ANALOGY and fantasy.

Time for me is a playground, just like recess was in my school years. I can study, but it all boils down to usefulness or unimportance.

Oh well!!!!

Mind and matter are eternally the same

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