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  • Today feels like it has gone on for ages. I've only woken up 30 minutes earlier than usual though. I wonder why time is so variable in our perception. Maybe it's our perception what is real and time is not fixed. Maybe reality doesn't exist and our perception shapes what exist. It'd be great to be able to manipulate our perception so we could mold our reality. Unless we got bored of doing whatever we wanted or lacked imagination and decided to stop. Would we die then or cease to exist and disappear until someone we knew brought us back in their memories or at their will to interact with us? Would this create a multiplicity of realities interwoven with each other?
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