In one moment I am born, living and taking my last breath. Time is an illusion and it just depends where I am in my perception of it.
Time might be an illusion but if I don't pay my electricity bill on time and they cut off my power and I can't work or cook food, the illusion becomes pretty bloody real pretty bloody quickly. I guess these New Age feel good profundities just don't work on me.
Time may be an illusion in some sense, but I'm not sure I see it as making much practical difference. We still exist within that perception. Whether time is a real phenomenon or some sort of emergent property of a larger reality seems immaterial to how I behave. I don't truly believe in permanence of self, with gradual changes from moment to moment transforming me from a person I wouldn't recognize who occupied my relative space 20 years ago to the person I am today. As far as I'm concerned, the only real "me" exists in the moment, replaced by a similar person in the next moment, so gradually as to give the illusion of persistent identity. But if I'm hit by a truck tomorrow, that "me" dies but all the antecedent "me"s are unaffected. The "me" right now is unaffected by a future "me" dying. So, as far as I can tell, whatever is happening with time isn't an issue of a single moment affecting a single entity — "me" — or the far more complex notion of all relative timeframes for everything in the entire universe. If time is entirely illusory, then all I could postulate is that we are in some sense akin to frames of a movie reel (obviously more complicated than that, but metaphorically similar) — where the "me" now is just one frame of the film, and the me in a minute is a very similar frame on the reel, and on and on. So, time might be the entire reel, and from an outside perspective we could see it as a whole, but from where we necessarily reside, within a frame of the reel, we see only the frames that stretch before us and behind us, and that's for us the reality of time. I still have an obligation to those future frames because my actions now influence those frames directly, so I still have to live as though time is real even if it's in fact an illusion.