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Life Is Always Where We Are

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I've been trying for some time to develop a lifestyle 

that doesn't require my presence and I think I have found the place-at sea!


The future is already here--
it's just not evenly distributed yet.
When I think of Dateline , I think of Gotcha Journalism and the internet (Hi, I'm Chris Hansen from Dateline NBC. 
Why don't you have a seat over there)verses the inter-NOT-Here in Tonga.


This  is the International Dateline,  where time starts-Actually it's more like time standing still-one long day. No  Starbucks, no wireless, the world wide wait. 


Don't worry be happy

The Internet isn't the most powerful magnifier of slack ever invented, living on one of these islands is-the heat, the sun, the sea, Manyana never comes.Pass the poi.

 

Morning coffee and a jog around the deck

Perception of Time & Priorities: Polychronic vs. Monochronic- Doing one thing right at a time_ verses doing many things at once. Changing plans often and easily distracted, I need to get a tribal tatoo cause I'd fit right in.




The last time I had a clock in my blog was when I visited the traveling Dali Collection in St Tropez September 14th, 2009. I wrote:


What kind of vacation you’d choose to take if you knew you were not going to remember the vacation. Would you still go?
Experience verses Memory

I am really digging this world tour--It reminded me of Dali, when he said "There are some days when I think I'm going to die from an overdose of satisfaction."

Hello Dali








So it seemed only appropriate that I go to a Salvador Dali Exhibition in Saint Tropez today. He knew both sides because he was both sides. Quotable Dali:

"The only difference between me and a madman is that I am not mad."
"I don't do drugs. I am drugs."
Tuning in, Turning on, Dropping off the planet for a few minutes with The Dali Lhama...


Traveling is a  Life Sentence--We yearn for journeys like  prisoners dream of rooms without bars. And we all want time off for good behavior.

"We don't choose between experiences, we choose between memories of experiences...we don't think of our future as experiences, we think of our future as anticipated memory."Daniel Kahneman

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