reply to post by FoxStriker
Time, or the keeping thereof, is man's invention, and it works well when people have to get up and go to work, or keep appointments. Trouble is, too
many people dwell on time all the time! How many times have you heard someone say, "I don't have time," or, I will, if time permits." Sounds
almost like the person is a slave to time, doesn't it?
If one looks at time as a way to measure Earth's passage from when history was first recorded until now, it is a very short place in the big scope of
things, isn't it? We all have clocks on our walls, and most have watches on our wrist. Time seems to be most important to people of today.
To me, time exists only when I wish it to. I never wear a watch, and have only a few clock hanging on the wall, I do have kids in school, so they are
necessary. I also like to know when the evening news, or a favorite TV show comes on, other than that, time don't exist to me. When I go to bed, it
is night time, and when I get out of bed, it is daytime. when I get hungry, it's meal time, or snack time, and when I feel the need, it's time for
Time is not a linear thing, it is circular in nature. It goes round and round, and always in an upward movement, I think. If we go back in time, we go
down the spiral, and when we go forward in time, we go up the spiral, but! the future has not yet been written, so one would see several possible
futures if he went forward in time. This is just my own theory, take it at face value.