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Hi

After living with the Quiche Indians of Guatemala, the anthropologist

Barbara Tedlock concluded that they don’t experience a flow of time either.

Whereas we isolate time into “moments” that come and go, to them, she writes,

at no given time, past, present, or future, is it possible to isolate that time from

the events that led up to it and which flow from it."

--- How do you understand it because to me it's confusing? Does it say that they do not isolate time into past, present and future and that they do not isolate the events which led up to this time and which flow from this time?
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That's right: time is a single uninterrupted continuum.
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Hi

But how do you understand: events which led up to this time and which flow from this time - because it's unclear to me and I think I don't understand it.

Thanks
Events before now and after now.
Now I understand. Thanks.
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