the first one says, "the flag is moving." the second one says, "no, the wind is moving, and the flag is inert" the third says, "no, they are both moving, the wind moves and also the flag moves." a passerby hears their dialogue and says, "mind is moving." we can see that all movement is the deception of a mind, when we are in understanding of the nature of a "moving picture"; where the picture is not moving, but there is the appearance of a continuity of motion, via the mind's inability to perceive the frames as being seperate. the frames are combined, by the mind, which has succombed to the illusion that the images themselves are moving, due to the rapidity of their appearing to it. is all movement a deception, or illusion, imposed by the mind? do we perceive movement, because the mind, itself, is moving? a better question, perhaps is: if there is not some entity, mind, that is constantly attempting to "make sense of" or "calculate" it's perceptions, will there still be the notion that movement is "real" and "objective"? can there be? is our perception of reality an illusion, thusly understood?