What to do with time? Let go of it. The moment is nominal. The present as we understand it is marked out by an unrealized impotence. We live always toward that which we do not possess and away from what we do possess, timid about our lack. If we would only turn toward the incomplete part of what we have, and consider it done for now - or dare I say, done, total and finished for good? - then all suffering would cease. All wants and desires would be turned toward action, action whose tools are nothing but what is there. The present, the past and the future would be realized for what they are; that is to say, as things which both are and are not right here and now.