In his second address at SAND 18 Europe Mauro Bergonzi reminds the audience that it is the mind that turns now into past, present and future, and there is no way to leave the now. He compares the search for the absolute to searching for darkness with a flashlight, and points out that this can go on and on—but only until the batteries run out.
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