Paradoxically, time is as real as our very lives yet it is an illusion dat doesn't even exist without us.Time is therefore a stubornly persistent illusion perceived only in our conscious mind. The fact that you can't measure the present moment because it has no duration further attests to the fact that time is just an illusion.
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