One Universal Complexity Of Time

A universal commonality.

Dedrick Conway

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Photo by Andrik Langfield on Unsplash

Introduction

Time is an infinite element of existence that is only understood in measurement. However, time itself is perpetual and has a never-ending cycle. Time itself never ends, so setting some measurement time in terms of days, hours, seconds, and years makes sense in how we conceptualize time. In addition, this also coincides with the fact that nothing is ever created, only discovered. No one can physically make time without having to sacrifice time. Upon time’s discovery, it was already here.

Moreover, much of Earth’s history has either been destroyed or is still hidden within Earth. This leads me to a question: how can we give a measurement on time when we do not know what time it truly is? Potentially and theoretically speaking, we can be in a time of chaos that has been predicted or subject to the time we have set as usual. Time is a phenomenon or element of a natural order that occurs subtly. It can be very confusing to understand my point, but my question is, what sense of time are we in? Are we in a renewal era (Genesis) or a reformation era (Revelations)?

Conclusive Reasoning

It’s mind-boggling how an element of reality we cannot see plays a critical role in the progression of existence but does not match or correlate with existence. Furthermore, the history of time and timekeeping has no definite date of origin, and calendars among different civilizations leave the question of, “What time is it, and what time are we living in? This is a thought-provoking question that will not be answered anytime soon.

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Dedrick Conway

Dedrick C. is a serial entrepreneur, indie author, ghostwriter, and artist expressing his perspectives through evocative literary artistry. Top writer in Art!