The past is still happening, the future has already happened and we race to catch up with it. This is a quantum theory, that all time is simultaneous. The Holographic Universe was published in 1986 by Michael Talbot but I did not read it until 2015 when I learned the theory I have lived all my life. The three things above I wrote when I awakened in the morning from a night’s sleep.
For a precise segment of time a theory may fit the conditions as they are known. An infinite Nature constantly evolves. And in our universe(s) which are in the act of becoming other than what we are at this moment, what is truth for today may indeed change with tomorrow’s growing knowledge.
There is a sinewy thread
of continuity yielding
a future to the present,
inextricably linked to the past.
We question not the inconsistencies,
blatant to the practiced eye.
The present conceals with bliss
into gross incongruities,
the practicing participant avoids
what self imposed limitation demands.
Stretching a mind
smooth as elastic,
requires a spirit
willing to expand.
The practitioner pursues,
chasing nuggets of information,
slipping between an eyelid’s blink
or the mind’s thoughtful absence.
Lengthening nights choose
the panoramic events postulating
that what was is, will be
and is everywhere happening now.
Joe Hallissey Sr.