No clock at all is it for me.
I used to carry a wristwatch only when travelling time zones. I do without it even in those occasions for almost a year now now.
While I share the need to be on time with most other monks who have a day-or-night-job, I try to break the scheme every now the soonest possible, gambling whith what people feel as time: "do you think we should call him right after finishing this bit of exercise here? Yes? Good." Only the combined inner clocks of the people involved should be used. It's not as easy as it sounds, but it's fun and it feels good.
PS: anybody read Darwin's Watch?
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