Woven into the fabric of spacetime, bear its torment, while the hourglass keeps turning.
Time tricks us into perceiving its flow as constant and universal. No such luck: Einstein unraveled time’s hidden nature and found it to be interwoven with space. There, time dances around mass without any need for uniformity. And so we must accept that every passing moment is relative, and that we will always be alone in the now, tethered to each other only through threads of light. As the second law of thermodynamics relentlessly drives us ahead, we must challenge the bane of our own cosmic existence and unravel its mysteries.
”Time is relative; its only worth depends upon what we do as it is passing.”― Albert Einstein