To be without a clock requires presence and space.

Presence and space to consider the hour of the day by observing the sky in the morning with the sunrise, the misty water, the birds awakening, the sun dancing on the water in the afternoon, the loons call in the evening and the sun nestling into the evening water.

Presence and space to acknowledge that accounting for each minute and hour of the day shadows our view of what is unfolding before us. Time exists without a clock at all – being present in the now allows us to see the beauty that unfolds before us – no clock needed.