Michael R. Bartley

I have spent most of today thinking about time and how my life is narrated via time and via timeliness. As a clergy person and University professor meetings, schedules etc.. . . make the essential essence of my life. I am time bound and time laden. As a time bound and time laden creature I begin to exist within the relational categories that also are submitted to my timing.

For example, students, colleagues, laity etc. who see themselves within my timeliness.