Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Time as it Corresponds to Matter

Let us continue our discussion on metaphysics by studying the value of time as it corresponds to matter. What is time? Time can be interpreted by a material quantity such as the amount of time it takes to travel between two points. Since matter and space seem to be unified, we consider time to be an obstinate, irresolute player. For the mover, there is no time since the mover does not age. Thus, the material world is illusory and the mover can measure time as matter ages. Time is also determined by night and day and the change of seasons. Why does it not snow in summer nor flowers grow in winter and we count the time it takes for these events occur. Time is ultimately a material quantification. We wait for the snow in winter and we expect flowers to bloom in summer for our eyes to behold. In each event, something dies and something is renewed and a watcher is present. The cycle of time repeats itself and matter seems subject to time. Our hair grays in old age not the other way around. Thus, time leaves its mark or like desert sands sweeps across the Sahara to erase the trace of footprints that once tread on that holy ground. Is the earth aging? Scientists will likely concede that the earth is billions of years old and that has time indeed has changed its composition. This can be proven since continents have shifted and many other natural changes have taken place over the course of time. Time may not need a positive, life-giving material element to exist. Time exists on Mars where there is no life or a hole in the ozone makes it impossible for human life to exist. Time may carry on even while the material realm changes and shifts, evolves and destroys. The mover appears in human form. Why? It seems time does not impact the essence of the mover at all and thus the mover is a supernatural force not subject to time. Though the material garb is dampened or tattered in the rain-soaked or snow-swept dunes of time, the mover copes with the material environment in which it is placed. In the scheme of time, space and matter, the mover stands alone our outside of the scope of time. Thus, we consider the mover transcendental and otherworldly. What happens in a world that is devoid of time? Flowers do not bloom and the material earth does not suffer or perish or the cycle repeats when life is resurrected. Thus, the abolition of the mover from the material world is eternal freedom. What happens in eternal freedom? Where the material obligations once existed for the mover, the mover has crossed the Rubicon and there is no turning back. No material obligations to pursue or to fulfill. What happens? The mover has transcended into a world that is not subject to the obelisk of time, space and matter. It has surpassed these finite elements to exist in a supernatural realm that once governed its former natural state. Thus, material senses such as sight, smell, touch and taste cease to be and the mover becomes invincible. Invincibility returns to the a priori rule which is God. Without material separation, the mover must return to God. God is outside of time or governs time in the material world. If time was reversed, our current material state would be destroyed and the earth would return to a former material state. Thus, even while drinking a cup of water, the material world has aged significantly. We sleep at night and we awake during the day and time can render matter inert or active. How long can a tree stand without falling or being uprooted. Time is the scorekeeper. Without the element of time, the tree would not exist; thus, time is a necessary good or evil. The tree performs a good function with respect to its material obligations. When a lion ultimately captures a gazelle for nourishment and to fulfill a material want or obligation, the time it takes between the chase and the gazelle's capture, is significant. Thus, matter destroys itself or the apparitions of itself through a selective determination of hypothetical material obligations that are tethered to the denomination of time. The mover is a gasp. The lion lives on but the gazelle perishes and the objective reality that is also subjective is undermined or abrogated. The power of apparition or the lack thereof is baffling. The material suppositions that must also persist for such a time sensitive event to occur is also astounding. The lion and gazelle must be born, must breathe, and must persist. Why should such a material anomaly exist in the first place - the objective is disillusioning. Ergo, the mover is more intelligent than matter and can will good or evil. If the lion resists the temptation of the hunt, it will commit material suicide and die of hunger and a supernatural material obligation will not be fulfilled and the material world will crack or unravel. Consider a lion bypassing the thrill of the hunt? It's unnatural to consider. Thus matter is forward-moving and thinking. It never reconsiders its material impulse. Material impulses are its source of intelligence. Eat when hungry, sleep when tired, swim when drowning. Thus, it seems the human mover is more willful. It can resist impulse and lead a steadfast life that is more conducive to its supernatural life-form. While resisting impulse, it can also take charge of its own life and does not seem fickle in a material sense. It can also utilize time best by awaking rather than oversleeping, building a house before the storm or sailing away to a new land to find food and forage. It seems matter has a strong material instinct. The tiger will kill at will and no one can stand in the way or convince the tiger to do otherwise. It must kill to survive and is quite obstinate about its material need. The lion growls to show that he is king of the jungle. The lion procreates as does all life but the antecedent being is destroyed by the passage of time and time governs all matter or the finite value of matter or its illusory nature permits time to govern its existence. It is obvious more inquiry is needed on the subject.

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