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Time Is a Response

Time is not a physical stimulus.

Time is a psychological response.

To what?  To the stimulus of Reality (which is timeless).

That’s why time drags on and speeds up – a hallmark sign of subjectivity.

But this is old news: I know it, and now you know it.

Time to move on.

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Creating Time

Your truth that a sense or awareness of time is something we subjectively create reminded me of several memorable quotes about time:

1. T.S. Eliot:  "There will be time to prepare a face to meet the faces that you meet/There will be time to murder and create/And time for all the works and days of hands/That lift and drop a question on your plate/Time for you and time for me/And time yet for a hundred indecisions/And for a hundred visions and revisions."

2.West Side Story:   "There's a time for us/Some day a time for us/Time together with time to spare/Time to learn, time to care.../Somehow, some day, somewhere." 

Above all, each individual has his/her time and then IS no more.

 

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thank you

thank you, Brenden.

may you too be reminded of one timeless Now.