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Time Sickness

Time Sickness

All the things that bind us together and make life worth living—community, family, friendship—thrive on the one thing we never have enough of: Time.

Time is getting away, that there isn’t enough of it, and you must pedal faster and faster to keep up. These days, the whole world is time-sick. We all belong to the same cult of speed.

Time-sickness can also be a symptom of a deeper, existential malaise. In the final stages before burnout, people often speed up to avoid confronting their unhappiness.


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