Time’s boundaries are not relegated to any intervals other than the ones that we have assigned them. If you give yourself a year to finish a task, you’ve set out to complete your goal within 356 rotations of the earth. A day? A handful of hours.
But what about the unplanned moments? You meet someone and suddenly an evening has gone by or you stumble upon an idea and wrestle with it for the better part of a day.
Those moments when the edges of time start to fade are always worth recalling. Because they remind you of the freedom inherent in each moment.