KAIROS – The Art of Being There
An ancient Greek word meaning the right or opportune moment
(The supreme moment).
There is a moment I long for when the clock releases it’s shackles on my day and all that is urgent drifts away. This is Kairos.
A holy moment when eye contact, hushed conversation, laughter or sacred silence is more than enough. This is Kairos.
An ancient Greek word meaning time as it is measured.
(Time on the Move)
In a world of rushed-rhythms and hurried-hustle I long for the moments when Mighty Chronos yawns, stretches his arms, and bows to the full weight of time. This is Kairos.
Take Make the time to deliberately summon Kairos whether through questions, or eye contact or intentional pause. Time is fleeting unless you claim it. This is Kairos.
Chronos has only the power we allow it to possess.
Claim Your Life!
Posted on July 17, 2013, in Leadership, Life, Poetry, Relationships, Speaking, Writing and tagged chronos, communication, conversation, greek, kairos, Relationships, time, urgency, You just had to be there. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.