I don’t experience the three times of past, present and future very well. My memory for events is strong, almost flawless, but not where they fall in relationship to each other. I don’t like time, and my mind doesn’t see it right. What is this strange illusion they like so much? There is only the infinite now. Those who remember the dream time know this truth about time. If you ask a traditional Australian aboriginal what time is it, they will say now. There is no time. There is order, and yes polarity. But it is a polarity of a whole, and like a circuit, the polarity gives rise to these finite realities.
Oracular time could be called universal time, which is one and the same thing as universal space. Time is like light in many ways, and we do perceive it backwards. It isn’t true that we are born and then we die. We did only one thing, call it whichever makes most sense to you, and we just keep doing it.
“The only reason for time is so that everything doesn’t happen at once.” Albert Einstein (German born American Physicist 1879-1955)
“We all have our time machines. Some take us back, they’re called memories. Some take us forward, they’re called dreams.” Jeremy Irons (British Actor, b.1948)
“We say we waste time, but that is impossible. We waste ourselves.” Alice Bloch
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