If everyone could do everything, there might be less individualism. We live in a time when many people express their own convictions far too often through external facts than through internal values. And individualism arises from one’s own convictions, not from external values. The fact is that nature is infatuated with individualism. Individualism is everywhere. The abstruse is that theoretically nothing is equivalent to another thing anyway. So we are chasing a property, which is anchored in ourselves by nature.
Memories are like an impression of time which can be covered by time, but cannot be changed instantly by changes in time. This theoretically means that time as we directly experience it consists not only out of the moment, but also through our thoughts about the future and memories from the past. Conversely, it also means that our view of the past and the future will change as we change our life path in the present. This is probably also a theoretical reason why changes often result in new and unexpected opportunities.
Could time be seen as a kind of substance that holds the components of reality together? Time cannot be grasped directly. But we can perceive it through the continuous evolution of reality. Life arises from within itself and materials in general change. Apparently, time is somehow anchored in all aspects of reality that we can conceive of. Even matters which we cannot understand yet, because we lack the foundation for it, can be guessed under circumstances with the right experience. And even if not, time allows, through small fragments, or components of it, to conclude something much larger, which is hidden behind the hunch.
It is almost impossible to dig in time without the processed thereupon further occupies one. However, there is a difference. If you are mainly concerned with your future, you will always come across new possibilities and ways to make possible changes. Searching in the past, on the other hand, usually moves you more to process certain experiences.
Not everything that has a positive effect must have a respective origin.
Time is only our friend as long as we perceive it as such.
Isn’t it strange how little we humans know about time itself, even in today’s age, and that we understand even less about it, although time itself is a very interesting subject? Time weaves the past, the present and the future, at least what we know of it, into a construct which we can perceive as life, and on which we can exert a corresponding influence. Through memories from the past, we can draw conclusions about the future in order to adjust or align our present accordingly. Or it is possible for us to better understand the past through newly received experiences, which can make living in the present more bearable under the right circumstances, or not. In order to be able to deal with time, it is important to understand oneself and the possibilities that life can offer. Life consists of many colours, and it is only possible to shape them according to one’s own will if one tries to recognise those.
Time is a limited commodity, if you do not think about how you organize time, you will inevitably lose it, or consume it in an unnecessary way, which will inevitably lead to no joy or positive experiences. Often it is up to us what we do with the time we get through our own lives, or what we transform it into through our own actions. One could compare the time in our life in this respect with a mosaic, in which the time represents the different parts. If you don’t value your own life, you will find out that you don’t get the opportunity to place the right pieces of the puzzle in the right places, or the pieces won’t fit at all, because you don’t take the time to shape your own actions so that they are in harmony with your own ideas of life.
If the imprint of reason is reflected in time, how can one claim that something like time does not exist?
We humans are confronted from time to time with matters we do not understand. Often it does not hurt to think about what caused the situation, and what effects can be caused by something. Those who carry too much uncertainty around with them, without making any attempt to confront it, will see their own memories disintegrate over time. We humans are part of nature, and nature is always trying to create the clearest possible picture and structure itself. Thus, our own life path automatically exerts influence on the change of past memories. Humanity consists of a collective in the end, and thereby also of different opinions.