Between blinks

“Everything can happen, everything is possible and probable. Time and place do not exist; on a significant basesof reality, the imagination spins,weaving new patterns; a mixture of memories, experiences, free fancies, incongruities and improvisations.”4
Time is the duration of all existence and events, able to be measured in units. Forgetting the hours and minutes though, time passes differently. Sometimes it seems to stop, another time it feels like ages turn just into few moments. The time is divided into before and after in a blink of an eye. While downhearted man's blinking more often, not so much when visually focused. Each blink occurs at the critical moment, when we stop looking and start thinking. Blinking serves as a kind of mental punctuation, putting a dot, or three dots, after the layered moments. It's just their traces what's left behind, like those rings after wet glass.