Time is linear


What would you regret if you knew you were never going to do it? Did you always want to write a novel? Complete a painting? Visit that place?

Time is linear. You can’t take it back. You can’t store it. Hoping you can save it for the future. It is always passing and you can either do something you want with it or use it wanting to do something with it. One is the outcome of results, the other isn’t.

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Global traveller. Writer. Minimalist. I spent my first 25 years in Australia. Moved to Edinburgh for the next four and a half years and now reside in the Netherlands. In my spare time, I try to write whatever takes my fancy, and that involves YA, Sci-fi and fantasy.

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