My time has always been very valuable to me because everything revolves around timing. If you've got no time for the things you want to pursue or the ones close to you then you're definitely missing out on life. Through decades wristwatches have been a part of fashion statements for it's multi-functionality. Take the calculator, chronometers, and waterproof capabilities for an example. Those functions were the catalyst of the "Apps" of the old World. I personally collect vintage watches from the 20's before Timex monopolized the industry. Most of my watches come to my possession already broken, it's my own personal statement to remind myself not to be caught by the boundaries of time and that I can make time if I want to.
Right around December, I stumbled into an old friend from College I had not spoken with in 12 years, Cedric King, and he got me hipped to Azad Watches. I'm a very low maintenance woman and the material things I always want are normally musical equipment, but for the first time in a while, I felt stunned by an expensive piece of jewelry and I am not embarrassed to say: I wanna have it! Nonetheless, AZAD means Freedom in Farsi, and to me that is the perfect description of what time really means to the ones that know how to be one with the Alchemistic elements.
To find out where you can get it click here for Cedric King's facebook page.
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