The Immaterial Dimension: Time

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Faster or slower, time passes, it is an experience we all have. Time gives us our real dimension and measures us as much as space itself, or even more; it gives and takes away without doing anything, because its dimension is as abstract as it is puzzling. Sometimes we look back and it seems that life has slipped away like water through our fingers, like sand grains on a windy day. Others, however, when observing the changes experienced, we have the impression that eons of time have passed and thousands of things have happened. The way we fill the thousands of moments that are concatenated one after another, most often

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Shidoshi Alfredo Tucci
is the CEO and General Manager of the Budo International Publishing Company, a leading publisher in the martial arts with over 35 years in the Industry, including: Budo International Magazine and author of several books, The Immaterial Dimension, the Way of the Warrior and the Spirit. He currently lives in Valencia, Spain.