The more I think about existence, the less it makes sense.

The more you repeat a certain action, the more routine it get’s, and the less you have to think about what you are doing.

The first time driving a car you are aware how the steering wheel feels in your hands, which gear to change too, etc. After driving a few times your attention shifts to other things like traffic and improving handling for example.

When you are an experienced driver, driving becomes like walking: you are hardly conscious of the act.

Could this also be the case of living itself? If you don’t experience a lot of new things in live, and live gets routine, could it be that you stop living live on a conscious level?

Maybe the fact older people experience time passing faster is the first sign of this process. What if we eventually become lifeless zombies, only to wake up at new events, wondering where all that time went…

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