Experience, The Moment You're Having Right Now
Finally — you've come to the place to think about it, This, the moment you're having right now. There's nothing like it, the sense of being awake to a moment. Do you ever feel intrigued? It's an instant when you feel a call to find answers, as to why the moment you're living is happening. This, in front of me, why is it "happening" at all?
Call it experience, the feeling whole. You bear with it, a total feeling where part of it is you, conveying a colorful sense of self-in-the-world. How do you even start making sense of it? Awareness of experience is as fascinating as it is burdensome and coming to terms with it is an evergreen challenge.
Philosophers call it epistemology, the issue of making sense of the moment. The challenge is formidable if you consider the proposition, that the sole possible source of understanding for the present moment is the moment itself. But that's the hint: The nature of the issue is recursive and so shall be the nature of any meaningful understanding of it.
Making Sense of the Moment