Thoughts On T*ME, With Out Saying 'T*ME'

Thoughts On T*ME, With Out Saying 'T*ME'

Scottie Rowell

In mindfulness exercises, we’re taught to let our thoughts wash over us.

They come, we acknowledge them, they float away.

But what if our thoughts were cued, one after the other?

Would we have the patience to read them?

Should we even read them?

Does the next thought negate the last?

. . . What does it say about our willingness to read the social media posts and thoughts of others?

Why do people choose to do that over other things?

Is that lost time? How does one “lose” time?

 

A huge component to my visual art is the therapy that is doodling . . . usually deemed an idle time-filler in its own right.

Screen Shot 2018-08-17 at 8.59.37 PM.png
TIME

TIME

Movement for an Idle Time

Movement for an Idle Time