Katrín Helena Jónsdóttir
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Each moment lasts no longer than an instant and everyone experiences the moment differently. If the moment is this fleeting, and experienced in such different ways, how can we use a term such as reality? A human is not able to see everything that exists, most likely we see the least of what is the most real. Perhaps the most fun thing to do is not trying to distinguish what is real and what is unreal, but allow ourselves to stand in the middle of it all and enjoy the benefit of the doubt: mirror ourselves in doubt.