The present doesn't become
The past becomes further past, according
to the view imposed by the system of memory.
That is all.
The present doesn't become anything.
It doesn't move into something else, called the
Memory never accesses the present.
The memory system accesses memories.
It never has encountered the present.
Thus, what we (memory) consider to be the
present, is actually just the most "recent"
memory, as interpreted according to the memory
The actual present is timeless, isn't accessed by the memory
system -- because it isn't an image.
It can't be divided into most recent, less
recent, and very distant aspects.