“I won’t come / I won’t go / I won’t live / I won’t die...I’m nothing / says Kabir / I’m not among the living / Or the dead.”
"The strangest thing about mass-less particles is that for them there is no such thing as time. There is no past or present, only "now", and it stretches for all eternity – but since there is no tick of the clock, what eternity?"
Eternity: While in the popular mind, eternity often simply means existence for a limitless amount of time, many have used it to refer to a timeless existence altogether outside time.
placard says: "Are you ready for eternity?"
Artist: Robert J Day, The New Yorker, December 4 1943
The first placard in the picture above says: "The world will end tomorrow" and the second one says: "Good thing it's always today."
Artist: Johnny Hart, B.C.
Indeed, it's always today...it's never tomorrow...