Here I narrate a small passage from a book by Carlo Rovelli, entitled \"The Order of Time\"
Young Adult (18-35)
North American (General)
North American (US General American - GenAM)
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Take two, mm hmm. I stop and do nothing. Nothing happens. I am thinking about nothing. I listened to the passing of time. This is time, familiar and intimate. We are taken by it. The rush of seconds, hours, years that hurls toward life then drags us towards nothingness. We inhabit time as fish live in water. Our being is being in time. Its solemn music nurtures us, opens the world to us, troubles us, frightens and lulls us.