Time. It’s a story as old as, well, time. It’s the subject that is so elusive that it is impossible to pinpoint. The very moment we try to define it, it moves. Like that head game in which you think to yourself that it is now, right now, only to think in the very next second it is now, all over again. We've come to recognize a moment in time as a single second and our lives are a construction of these seconds, these moments. If you’ve ever had the overwhelming feeling that you are running out of time, you’re not alone. Most people are unfortunately familiar with the affliction or excuse that they can’t find enough time. If we do, we wind up looking for new ways to kill it.
Illustration by Tyler Hoehne\n