There's nothing particular complicated about what I am suggesting, of course you may find it hard to accept if you just hear the suggestion and not the accompanying observations and reasoning. Just as anyone hearing that the world is round might find that hard to accept if they didn't carefully follow the reasoning and see if it made sense to them, with what ever knowledge or skills they have. Likewise one would have trouble understanding how the world might be round if one started with the opinion it obviously must be flat, and any suggestion otherwise must be wrong. I'm not suggesting you might follow the reasoning I present in the video with such a closed mind, but as i say, in discussing "timelessness" or "time", i have found it is very important be very aware of possible confirmation bias, the worse kind of which is where someone is sure they are not biased because they are sure their starting assumptions are right. (With respect, most experts on "time" seem to start with this, one-sided and unscientific approach, considering only their hypothesis "that time exists", and not even bothering to construct or test an antithesis - the video below demonstrates our natural tendency to do this brilliantly) I write a great deal about timelessness vs time, and blind confirmation bias is the biggest feature in most debates. Everyone just stating their opinion ( usually as fact ), and no one applying the scientific method. re confirmation bias, this is a video by Veritasium i recommend everyone in this discussion checks out... 2,4,8,16 Can You Solve This?