In the present, the past has vanished and the future has not yet materialized. Thus, the past is a figment of the imagination and so is the future. Moreover, in the future, the present will become the past, and in the past, the present was the future, so this very present moment either will be a figment of the imagination or used to be one. Given this, what is the desire to be in the past, the future, or the present? Moreover, what does it mean to be in the past, the future, or the present?035 📻 The present vanished into the past in the future.
Much talk about time, and also, meditation. As usual, these days.