A friend recently wrote to me: As you get older, the notion of time passing more quickly is amplified because life isn’t about individual days but significant events and insignificant events. The older you get, the more time passes between significant events. The insignificant days pile up and that’s why time feels truncated because it’s so repetitive and unmemorable.
I haven’t posted here in a while. I might come back to it at a later date. Until then, I’ll be elsewhere.