posted on Oct, 30 2014 @ 01:43 PM
Up here, time is different. We have the four seasons, winter, spring, fall, and winter. We do get a month or so of nice spring and fall though. I
had hopes of global warming coming to the rescue but I must have not prayed enough.
Time is immaterial. When you are young, a day seems like a long time and a year is a real long time. When you get older, time flies faster than a
727. So time is relevant to our perception. It is not reality by any means.
Knowing when to plant is not the reason that time was created. Time is something that man created, it is nothing more than a way of using numbers to
keep track of things. It is necessary in modern society to judge the time we spend at a job but it is more important what you accomplish in that time
than the time spent doing it in reality.
Anyone could figure out how much food we need to store for survival without time. Anyone could look at the height of the sun to judge the time of the
year to plant and could see the time to harvest by looking at the plants. So why would we need time to figure these things? If the time of year to
plant was the reason, then the artifacts around the world would have been adjusted to account for the time to plant, not to a time that does not match
There is another reason, but I do not know it yet. There is some reason for knowing when the equinoxes are, we just haven't opened our minds and the
real reason has been long forgotten. I think that the reason is to identify an event to happen in the future. A very important event that we are
supposed to prepare for. Yet, the reason is lost, so is the preparation for the event.