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The Greeks had 2 words for time: chronos and kairos. Chronos is the line or the circle, always marching on, represented by the ticking away of the hand of the clock. Kairos, on the other hand, is incalculable. It is a point in time, or what we refer to as “the right time.”
Mountain time, as it exists alongside the Eastern, Central, and Pacific time zones, serves as an agreed-upon reference for timekeeping. But mountain time, or the time on top of a mountain, seems to move faster compared to the slower pace at the base.
In this fast-paced workshop, we will explore our own ideas of mountain time.