every experience-good experience maybe- comes with a subconscious implication or willingness for it to last forever, until it isn't. olike there is an infinite and eternity to every experience-in the moment. a good experience can be defined as something you would be willing for it to last forever. i.e. a conversation with a good friend. like a primer of sorts. marriage with vows for eternity. so eternity acts as a sort of marker, a primer, for all things that are good. that embedded in what defines good experince, or of love, is the supposition or sort of underlying hope that this WILL last forever-in the moment when you are experiencing such a thing. like thats what defines the experience of whether it is good or not. sort of like a tangential runway dimension that gets created. hence marriage vows are perhaps not only meant to be taken literally (if so) but also is recognizing this property of love and good-the underlying premise of it having the hope and ..dont like the word hope...more so the promise of it lasting forever. and the intent of it lasting forever. the self evident and self referential nature of it wanting to last forever. and the chase of it lasting forever. like my dad saying love you forever kiddos forever...it is true...even after we are gone...it exists. as an ideal, a substrate. a potential. a promise- ref-imagination:there will always be a part of us that will last forever in there. a pathway. a runway....also side note - when i was beatboxing or air ghosting the rhythms of clockworks by meshuggah, and then stopped, it still does sort of continue on forever, like as a phantom, the patten does continue on forever after i started it.