Every moment happens twice: inside and outside, and they are two different histories
"The neuroscientist David Eagleman has said, 'You're always living in the past' -- meaning not that the past haunts us, though it does, but that what we experience as the present is fact the past, the very recent past, the just past. In a way, then, time is memory-- not clock-time, perhaps. Not Einstein's time. But human time is memory."
∆ Elisa Gabbert, "Epiloque: The Unreality of Time", The Unreality of Memory