You're busy, I get it, no worries. There never seems to be enough time in the day. Just imagine if you had to live a whole life, from birth, infancy, adulthood to death, in just 28 days. If a fly seems in a hurry, then it's no surprise. Or is it? Time is a human construct. The natural world has rhythms and phases, day, night, seasons, but the fly eats when its hungry and sleeps when its tired. We invented rush hour, alarm clocks, 'arrive ten minutes before your allotted time' appointments.  Our nerves are frayed and some days we meet ourselves coming back.


Would we allocate our time more carefully if we only had 28 days? How many of our daily tasks would the fly consider important enough to dedicate time to? 

Are we doing this right?

A Framework For Resilience