The totality of all-that-is arises and falls as a seemingly contiguous sequence of moments.
In between those moments, for what may as well be forever, all-that-is does indeed cease to exist.
But in some way that we are incapable of understanding, this process of emptiness generating experience and experience fading away into emptiness continues.
We might call than an impossibility generator. And we might name that generator, the creator, or God.
If this process were ever to cease operating, we could not possibly know.
But it won’t.