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Zenosyne: A sense that time keeps going faster.
Etymology: From Greek, Zeno is derived from Zeno's Paradox, which asks how a person can walk from one point to another if they must first carry out a series of ever-shrinking steps, + Mnemosyne, the personification of memory in Ancient Greek mythology. How can we live our lives while each passing year feels shorter than the year before?
I found him when the article "23 Perfect Words For Emotions You Never Realised Anyone Else Felt," appeared in my Facebook newsfeed yesterday.
The best example I have for zenosyne is that the 2015 A to Z challenge seemed to fly by much faster than my first two.
I can remember them both in a blink of an eye, this year's theme about my Mum will be with me for a while.
Soon my time with her will feel like a fleeting moment.
At times when everything was an effort she would often say 'It's terrible to get old." I'd always reply 'There's only one thing worse... and that's if you'd never got old at all."
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