What is the past? Nothing more than the moment you just spent thinking about it.
What is the future? An eternity that lies somewhere in the distance from where you are right now.
So here's the deal. How can a moment be held responsible for the fate of an eternity? Not logical is it?
So life must roll on in anticipation of the eternity to come rather than in remorse or regret or even over-zealous celebration of a moment that has long passed by, right?
And there you have it, 'The Independence of Moments and Eternity Theorem!'
Funnily enough, by virtue of it's own argument, for this theorem to be validated, it should be lost in a moment too!