Philosophically speaking, there is no tomorrow. Philosophically speaking, by the time one reaches the end of oneday tomorrow becomes today, therefore tomorrow does not exist. Therefore one can only live in the moment of the second in the day one happens to be in.
Ha Ha Ha! very funny but the fact is still the same whereever you are standing by the time "YOU" arrive at tomorrow whereever you might be living, tomorrow becomes today one second after 24:00 hours military time. whether you like it or not.
today is yesterday's tommorow, and tomorrow's yesterday
by the time you have said the word "now", that moment has passed. I had no idea that this was philosophical thinking, I thought it was just the kind of stuff I said to my mom when I was little that made her start drinking.
Correct - both the future and the past exist only in the imagination and memories. They are not "real".
Unless, of course you believe in an omniscent God - then predestination is reality and the future is fixed. As such it may indeed be as real as the present is and if so, the past may be more than a memory as well.
Or that there is no difference between the future, past and present. All times exist simultaneously and are one. We can only perceive the now, but the others are just as now as the now is. If that makes any sense!
Well, as jomine likes to point it; time is a concept. Have you ever wondered how it would play out if you both were right? Maybe you're omnipresent in the physical reality for a brief moment in eternity and you perceive that existence in a time linear manner.
The more uncertainty in the future, the more concerned of the present. Do you agree?How zen would it be to not even be sure you'll be alive tomorrow? I think there's a reason soldiers of combat are more spiritual. They...