Where is the Boundry?
We move into the future on the cusp of the ever-evolving and exposing second. Though you wouldn’t see this until after I posted it, I had no idea what the following line was, let alone the full scope of the post.
We continue in the present, ever-expanding into the next moments of consciousness. Yet, some things are already fully formed and static, sometimes floating in cyberspace or a book until they’re seen.
Every book you’ve read was printed or published in the form you read of it way before reading the first words. True, sometimes it’s a beta version or prerelease, yet almost all text is from the past when we read.
And yet what we do with that text is purely a future event before the post or text is published — all for you in the future, yet entirely from the author in the past. As a reader, we also don’t see the work’s pauses, hesitations, or edits. We see the available version as is, all from the past.
Yet for the boundaries about the future? We don’t know, right? We can predict or assume what may happen, and plotting and planning are good to generate results, but the absolute ‘what has happened’ is when the future meets the present and becomes the past.
I aim to keep a bit of hope, truth, and faith. I’d love to see some of my desires manifest, and though I may be afraid of chasing or pursuing some of them, how much do I want the outcome. What shall I do for it?
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