Merriam Webster’s dictionary has over 20 definitions for the word time. Throughout the course of human history, deities and certain gods have been the landmark beings of time itself. Most notably in polytheistic but also in monotheistic religions does the concept of time play a pivotal role. Namely the followers of the Kabbalah who perceive it as an illusion. Past and future are one with the present at all moments. With that, the events that have is and will happen branches out beyond what any eye could fathom. Also, the things that haven’t, is not and will not happen.
What we do with the time we have is such a potent source of possible vibratory energy that NOT doing anything with your time is the worst thing you can do.
That is why learning and applying what you learn is the ultimate test of time.
Countless ideas and works are modeled or gain their inspiration from prior ideas and works. The Sumerians lived 5 thousand years ago and were capable of developing mathematical systems, social ethics, bodies of written works and codes of life. Incidentally, the unknown domino effect of mental advancement from then on comes full circle to where we are today. In our modern times, electricity base technology is the platform that exponentially grows and scales every single day. In fact, the internet is 27 years old and is light years ahead of the television and radio already. The golden rule of the electronics industry, Moore’s law, stands as a written testament of proper modern progression.
What is said today will be quotes of tomorrow and the sparks of now will blaze the path forward.
The greatest proof of this is to conduct your own experiment with time. Learn how to manage each of your daily twenty-four hours productivity and take note on the momentum it provides. A waste of one minute is worse than a waste of one dollar; one of them is potentially permanent the other is potentially momentary. When you become in control of your own time and what you do with it, the veil is pulling ever so slightly back. Allowing one to take the helm of time and make the best use of it. Furthermore, sometimes time is the one thing one must wait on. The sun does not rise until the morning and neither will your grades. It takes continuous efforts of focus within various chunks of allotted time to get certain things under wraps. That is why whether we fail or achieve a time-based goal, what we learn and then apply directly after is what matters the most. With this in mind, father time is the most globally well-known teacher of all time; do not waste his. If you want personal information on the topic above or have a question, contact us via e-mail or follow Bennie Castle on Twitter.