On MomentsOn Moments10 years ago in Philosophy & Perspectives More Like This
Just outside the city stands an old mansion. It was built several centuries ago and has a long history, of which only the past few centuries are truly of interest for this story. The future residents recently bought the house and the acres of land from a middle-aged woman whose name they have already forgotten. It is a very wealthy young couple that could not care less about the historical value of house nor land.
To Kath, that was the reason to hide tears in her eyes while showing the ignorant couple the house. She hid them with the last bit of pride she felt in her chest, like a crumbling wall. For one last time she had looked upon the house where she grew up.
A moment is the most human and thus most real way of observing time. Every other method is only interesting for scientists and businessmen. A human being shall measure time by the moments that pass by. When something happens and the person involved is standing in the situation with all their heart and soul, time does not really