Shared July 20, 2019
In general, for most of us "time" feels like it's moving, it "feels" as though we are on a continual march towards the future, and that the past exists as some vague place behind us. There is a subjective element to this, do we experience time as a judgment based on how we've learned to measure it, or do we experience time as a real sensation. This is important to understand as we get into how this relates to George RR Martin's ASOIAF series.
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