Causality, the idea of cause and effect, to my mind is a useful biological function like seeing separate things: useful, but false. You can say well this caused me to do that which caused me to go there and here I am; this really isn’t how it is. You see there are no things to cause one another: a thing implies a constant and the only constant is energy (which one can neither create no destroy, it just flows). It is a trick of the light that we see a table - it’s not a table, it’s energy table-ing; in this same way when we say me or I it is actually energy me-ing or I-ing. So things don’t cause one another, this doesn’t happen to that; this-ing flows into that-ing. As for event’s you could say say the same thing, when they start and finish is a completely arbitrary decision for the sake of law. Take birth for instatants when does it start? When the baby is born? When it is conceived? When mummy met daddy? The beginning of the universe? Speaking of the universe when did that happen? In the past? No. When the universe happened it happened in the present and things have kept on happening in the present because of the present since the dawn of the present. The past no more moves you than your footprints do: you simply flow from one to the other - existing completely as you do right now.