Is it possible to exist both in the moment and with a part of you in the future too (whether worried/anxious or hopeful about it)? Is that an inherent condition of being a human (which makes it okay)?

Can you be completely present in every moment? Is that the perfect life? But, if it is, are you sacrificing the joy of building something with others? Conversely, if you are present with someone, but feel anxious or worried or hopeful about the future, is that both absurd, but also …

Missing the point? + A Deep Dive into: Time [pt.2] – Schopenhauer’s idea that the past, future NOR the present can be enjoyed assumes that the past, present and future are actually things.

Time is that by virtue of which everything becomes nothingness in our hands and loses all real value. Just because my dog Chunky gets excited when I come home doesn’t mean that he remembers me. Our view of nature is skewed in a way that if it must act in …

The concept of time in years, weeks, days, hours, minutes, seconds doesn’t exist. Is it possible time moves forward, but doesn’t LAST for any amount of time at all?

Think about the last 5 minutes. What did you do? How do those five minutes feel now? Now think back to a period of your life that lasted years. School. Or an extended stay overseas. Or some time living in a place with someone (or multiple people). Or your multi-year …