Time gives us direction. It gives us a comprehensive understanding of our lives in a measurable way. Its irreversible nature forces us to always look ahead more than we look back. Time also allows us to heal but also forget. Since the first years after the war when the slogan "I do nοt forget" was born in an effort to solidify the population's feelings at the time, Cyprus has slipped out of time. In trying to put a break on time's deathless path Cypriots cling to the past as a reassurance that nothing cannot be undone. Intemporality is a way of life in Cyprus.
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