Mikey lived his life savoring every moment. He knew the importance of each time interval. And as the clock ticked, he savored each moment. He appreciated his time on this earth; with relish, compassion and purpose. His work to create Mikey’s Way Foundation is a testament to who he was and how he chose to live his life and use his time.
In one of his many journal entries, “A Moment in a Two-Month”, Mikey expressed the importance of savoring every moment.
Time is Relative to the Observer
“Time is relative to the observer. Humans conspired together to invent the second as a means of measuring time intervals. Everyone lives by the second. It dictates the hour, days, weeks, months, and years. And the calendar keeps our engagements to the second in order. But time is relative to the observer. I am not bound to the second. Rather, I measure them in two-month intervals. When you think about it, both measurements are equally arbitrary; both are equally indifferent to the intrinsic behavior of existences. Only here’s the difference: my time interval is important; your second is meaningless.”read more →