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The temporal world in which we live encompasses everything we know All of our knowledge comes from a trust of five and a half billion people that have no idea where they came from and no idea where they are headed a world of blind leading blind A vital component of this reality exists in a form that is neither provable nor ideal This supposedly perfect form of measurement known as time runs our lives until we fall so far behind that our bodies finally give out and die This merciless device described in three forms past present and future drives on as you read these words These three simple words hold all the power ever known on earth They are the essential elements to our lives as well as the formula that keeps us mortal Without it perhaps we could not exist maybe we would become immortal like gods At present we are all in the process of trying to accomplish something a task action or lack thereof At any given instance the present exists One can choose any moment in history and at some time it had existed in the form of the present Also in the mind of the person remembering this moment in the past it exists as present in that particular memory How can we know that the definition of the word present actually establishes this instant in time The instant itself only lasts for zero time before subsequent moments follow How can one define what a word means if one cannot observe the object it represents Right as one realizes what this present consists of it leaves his world a new present moment replacing it departing before it is realized as well This process has always occurred always will All societies have blindly accepted this curse of never knowing when one can trust this manmade idea to exist in any form but theory All of the history we
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