365-Day Return Window

To share or not to share?

To share or not to share?
The Present (2012) Completes one revolution every 365 days — Pointing to December 21st.

Introduction: The Paradox of Sharing

In a world where self-promotion is often frowned upon, especially online, how do you share something that has the potential to change lives? It’s a delicate balance, especially when what you’re offering isn’t a product but a shift in perspective. It is a transformation that could fundamentally alter how people experience time and life itself.

The Dilemma: To Share or Not to Share

We live in a culture increasingly sensitive to the “salesy” approach, where pushing your agenda or product is considered gauche. But what if what you have to offer isn’t a product but a categorically new way of experiencing time? Should the rules of self-promotion still apply? This is the problem I find myself in, filling me with both trepidation and joy.

The Present: A New Perspective on Time

Life moves at a breakneck pace. We’re constantly bombarded with emails, notifications, and endless to-do lists. We’ve become masters at slicing and dicing time, optimizing every second, but at what cost? Anxiety, restlessness, and burnout are the tolls we pay for this relentless pace.

What if the solution isn’t just better time management but a whole new perspective on time itself?

Introducing The Present — a ritual artifact designed to help you realign with the ancient rhythms of time: the seasons, the lunar cycle, and a holistic vision of day and night.

The Dichotomy: Honesty vs. Taboo

So here’s the dichotomy: How do you share something that has the potential to change lives without sounding like you’re promoting a product?

The answer lies in being upfront and honest about its potential. Nothing fills me with more joy than hearing from people living with The Present for years, telling me how it has fundamentally shifted their perspective on time and life.

The Balance: Purpose and Productivity

The Present is not about abandoning modern time but complementing it. It’s about balancing our linear, deadline-driven time with a more cyclical, natural time. It’s about shifting from a mindset of scarcity to one of abundance. It’s about making time an ally rather than an enemy.

The Invitation: Be Now, Here

The Present invites you to experience time in its richest form. It’s an invitation to be fully present, savor each moment as it unfolds, and live with purpose and productivity. It’s about grounding yourself in the now, the only place you’ll find the future.

Conclusion: Breaking the Taboo for a Greater Good

Yes, openly discussing something you believe in can be seen as self-promotion. But when that something has the potential to change how we experience time and life now, something that can alter how our species interacts with and perceives time individually and collectively far into the future, isn’t it worth breaking the taboo?

The Present is more than just a concept; it’s a call to action. It’s an invitation to live more fully, consciously, and joyfully.

And that’s something worth sharing.

 

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