A Bend in Time

When you’re giddy with excitement, does time speed up? Slow down? Tell us about the experience of anticipation.

Of course, when something is awaited for, a good chunk if not all of the mine, depending on the anticipation and anticipated, is focused on it, time slows down, In fact at times feels it has stopped. Whereas when the actual moment arrives, it feels it has gone in a flash! When you think about it when it’s over that is.

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