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The misconception that everybody agrees to believe. No individual questions who is responsible for glimpses of restrained greenery in the obsolete skyline. And who is to be judged for all the scattered paperwork in the, once cutting-edge, corporate ruins. They believe that chronological phenomenon to turn big future hopes into faded memories is a constant law of life.
Yet everyone is too scared to accept – the time isn’t fixed. The future may appear in the past while the past only exists in the present. It may be daring to see fate and memories merged in one. Though better than staying in an illusion.