posted on Nov, 17 2012 @ 06:24 AM
I don't know if we really know what time is. If we get together and agree on things, it seems that we get what we agree on. If enough people are
thinking about time a certain way, it seems to flow for them this way. Who knows what time is like for an ant? What is time like for your dog? Perhaps
the ant, although it lives a shorter life, has a great long life in it's perception. Perhaps you've been gone for what seems like years to your dog,
when you only just stepped out for what feels like a few minutes for you? When your dog joyously greets you, it is welcoming you back because you have
been gone a long time, to it.
How does time flow in the forest? If there is no human to observe time there, how do the trees grow, the rocks erode? How do the creatures live and
die? Maybe time only has meaning when observed? Depending on what is observing, it could be different.
We judge time based on how the sun moves through the sky and we call this a day. If you are inside most of the day, you don't really see the sun. The
next time you get out to see it, it seems to have moved a lot. If you ever sat outside and just did nothing but observe the sun, your day would get a
For people living a simple agrarian life, without ever even seeing or using a clock, perhaps their perception of what a day is is longer than for a
person living a busy city life.
A lot could happen in a day, depending on who is observing this day.