Existence is so familiar a concept,
we rarely think of its conceptual basis;
that it is the sphere of identified
things; and identity is formed of mind.
Existence is a process whose duration
owes to the inter-affectedness
of its identity forms caught up in
one act – that makes it appear present –
but moves forward or back in dimensions
conceptual that hold the past and the future
in the self-same identity form as
the present, to assume reality.
And indeed the conceptual process that
things identified are locked into is
the unravelling of the one act of
existence, conceived from eternity.