‘Too Little, Too Late,’ to who?


Our hyperactivity, and its obsession with progress and consequence, is the basis of all that threatens our existence. And on individual levels, it makes our existences too much to handle—without time for our loved ones, for things we love to do, or for rest and thought.

From life as ‘nasty, brutish, and short,’ through Benjamin Franklin’s daily regiments, and arriving to the tune of David Byrne’s insistence on slack, we have come a long away and arrived in a new era with the momentum of old pushing us beyond ourselves, both as individuals and as the limits of our potential to exist on this planet.

We must lead by example, both to others and to the systems we form together—slow ourselves down and the planet will follow.

Feb 24, 2018 - Montreal