Kāla in Sanskrit means time.
Time unfolds through our daily actions, performed out of habit, automatically or simultaneously with others, all functional to the purposes of our ego.
We have learned that from A to B one has to move in the shortest possible time and with the least expenditure of energy.
Thus, blinded, rather than guided, by our final purpose, life flows through our hands and never returns.
The simple gesture of pouring water into a container, functional to our desire to drink, is broken up into temporal fragments which manifest themselves in double micro-actions: sucking the drop and releasing it.
Water enters the container with our growing awareness, and slowly we also become aware of what keeps us alive: the breath.