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The End of Time

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on October 1, 2010

Huffington Post By Ann Reynolds*

What will our future be? Everyone wants to know. Depending on who you listen to, one future is new and exciting, the other terminal and scary.

Why is “One Day at a Time” so hard to do? Is it because we just can’t bear to live without time?

Just being here Today can be a challenge. If we live in the past, we may spend Today there. And if we live in the future, we probably remember the past, but may not even recognize Today. Time is complicated.

We invented clocks that record our invented time no matter what we think or do. Since we invented all this, it sure seems we could perceive time in any way we choose.

We’re also told we don’t have the power to alter time in either direction. We’re young but never get to be older, or we’re older and never get to be younger, but is this true? Are we buying into a certain time based on how others compartmentalize us based on chronology? Read the rest of this entry »

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