Is there an explanation for how i am feeling. When ever im with my other half time goes by so quickly, even if we spend the whole day togther we still feel like we hav’nt had enough time together. The worst feeling is when we leave eachother we miss eachother as if we have been apart for a long time. For example we spent time togther yesterday but today it doesnt feel like we even saw eachother yesterday, feels as though its been weeks and and when we dont see eachother for a week it feels like a month has gone by. We live around half hours drive frome one another, she live in a different city.
Why do our minds comprehend time and distance from our loved ones in such an obscure manner? Why do these feelings envelope our consciousness and make us feel so far away?
I think spending so much time and energy on one person kind of makes you truly become “one” and then you are lonely in your oneness. In the beginning our lovers take away loneliness because you are two separate ppl coming together but when your identities mix there is a loss of the value you can take from the interaction because you’re the same thing. But the beginning of feeling like one person can seem so healing, and it really is until it becomes claustrophobic. The feeling of being so far away comes from knowing you can’t get any closer than you already are. But you can if you each get closer to your individual selves and come together again to share.
I think it basically comes down to two things. Human beings desire most what brings them the most pleasure. (In this case this is being with the person you love the most).
At the same time, we are always aware that our time on this Earth is limited, always aware of our own mortality and impending death. So when you are caught up in mundane things that you’d rather not do, time wise, they seem to drag on.