” Space: a continuous area or expanse which is free, available, or unoccupied “.
When used as a noun, space would mean the unlimited or incalculably great three-dimensional realm or expanse in which all material objects are located and all events occur.
We have articulated the physicality aspect of space above.
But space also intrudes into the recesses of our mind, the digital footprint that we seek and perennially leave behind, the environment in which we work or create and live in and many such other.
Giving yourself space and time can actually lead to the birth of more creativity, better creativity, and some of your best work.
It would be worthwhile to have a gatekeeper who can sieve who or what you allow into your space– are they intrusions, distractions, irritants or are they inspiring and elevating?
If the idea is to do deep work, the kind of work that matters to you and brings you content and fulfillment, be careful of your environment and what you let in.
Just as we mind our head, mind your space!
There is a fourth space in our lives and you can know more by accessing this link