what time
where’s time
this time
is “now” time?

Is Time
All time?

forever in an instant
existence is.

time, the foolish creation
of thought.

to wander
upon ripples
spiraling over waves
in patterns pretending
to separate time from mind
when its never been apart


Is time real? or is It merely thought?

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one remembers the past by using thoughts, and anticipates tomorrow while thinking - neither past nor future can be physically experienced - existance is only now


Great question. The best I know of time is if I do not want to feel the present I will either look back or forward in time. Of course it is sometime impractical to be in now all the time ..


That's a very clear, concise thought, Deb - nice work! :)

It brings to mind a quote from Hale Dwoskin of The Sedona Method:

"You have to remember the past, or anticipate the future, in order to have what appears to be a problem ..."

LOL!  I remember that at the time it was a very profound realization :)

As always, thanks for sharing your thought with us, Debby :)

Thank you both so much for stopping by this post and sharing your perspectives...always appreciated 


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