It is possible to predict perfect timing?
In this current era we put unfair impractical emphasis on what will unfold in the future and how and when and why. we are expected to understand how everything will come together and link up and most importantly when it will happen. But anyone who has any experience of living knows that you cant actually predict and place values inside the future plane of time, for the unexpected, unpredicted, uncontrollable present always unfolds how it needs and wants to, regardless of you and your concepts. And perfect timing always exists, perfectly in time.

To know when to arrive and when to leave? To respect the natural knowing rhythms of time unrestricted by thought
and to exist somehow in this whirlwind of connective plans that our overpopulated overexcited society has built up around us.
To find a balance between spontaneity and proposition.

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