A crash course in changing the world.
To me, it focuses on how people's perception and appreciation for time changes based on their character. Some people are more active: those who are metaphorically making the world turn and looking forward to tomorrow. They see the broader picture. Time is more fluid, something that can be mentally manipulated. We can cast our perception out a decade, imagine the world then, and reel ourselves back in, enlightened. There's a certain temporal plasticity. The second is passive: the people who can sit back and watch the days go by. If they aren't acting, aren't expanding, are simply stuck in their 'default', time is just tickmarks on a one way track.
To EVOKE, we need to be the former. We need to be the ones anticipating the future, looking forward, and calling people to action. The more connected we are, the faster we'll flow, but I think we'll be far more prepared to handle it. We're time travelers, imaginative warriors, people who can forecast and react to what hasn't even happened. We won't sit on the sidelines as the world oozes by; we'll fly.