What about … #33

What is time exactly? It is a system of measurement for a certain period that we find either short or long.
Time doesn’t exist by itself – i.e after the big bang, there was no day 1.
The universe didn’t take an amount of time to be what it is now. Everywhere it is still “day one,” because there is no day at all. There are no clocks out there, no nights, subsequently no days either.
Time as we know it, was invented by humans. So time exists for the living things such as plants, animals and humans, we have been giving time for non-living things such as planets, galaxies, even the universe, to have a notion of how old thigs might be, but that isn’t how things are in the reality.
The Holy Scriptures tells us that the world has been created in 6 days, see this previous post for details, so this proves that God’s timescale and ours aren’t the same.
Time is relative for each of us, if we didn’t have the “time”, we would never agree on when to plant seeds, how old a child is or if it’s summer or fall. But of course everything has a second side of the story. If there is “time” there is an end to it too, which means death. No time, no death.
So isn’t it a little of our fault to have invented the notion of time? If we didn’t, maybe “time” would have never existed

Author: Novus Lectio

You'll never know what you'll read next. Random lecture is what is all about but one thing is for sure, it's by the same author who wrote The Theory of Fate and Who Went Out of Africa

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