The Illusion of Falling Behind
“Falling behind” is a common illusion this month.
A couple of days ago I was watching episodes of the “Genius” series about Albert Einstein, and at one point he’s giving a lecture about time, and how time is meaningless without reference to the position of other things. It doesn’t exist without comparison. It’s all relative (hence the theory of relativity.)
Therefore the notion of “behind” is nothing more than a statement of comparing where you are to a fantasy–of where you believe other people (based on outward appearances) are or where you believe you should be.
In essence, you’re comparing existence to nonexistence. That doesn’t make much sense, does it?
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