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Zeno's Sickness

The infinitesimal convergences on the here and now, passing anticipation into the awareness of oblivion, never to return. What does this momentary mantra of, "living in the moment" really mean?

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Zeno's Sickness

Forever is composed of nows.

- Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)

A Symmetry is Not Asymmetrical but Sounds Like it Is - A planksip Möbius

A Symmetry is Not Asymmetrical but Sounds Like it Is - A planksip Möbius

Zeno's Sickness

Inspired by Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)'s quote, "Forever is composed of nows.". The titled responsion is

The infinitesimal convergences on the here and now, passing anticipation into the awareness of oblivion, never to return. What does this momentary mantra of, "living in the moment" really mean? Projecting forward, the homeostasis of opportunity costs is an evolutionary trick, of sorts, to expose our minds to a felt experience worthily of living.


Emily Dickinson

Published 4 months ago