Critical Thought #6

Time is a form of measurement, but there is no measurement of time.

Robert Newkirk

Since time itself is an infinite entity, how can we honestly measure it in hours or years when we individually can not conceive when time
began? Yes, I understand that our yearly calendar is based on the position of the earth relative to its orbit around the sun, but how many
revolutions can we truly account for? We also have no idea when it will end. Yet our most precious asset is time. Is that why we are always
in constant flux with time? Is that why we seem to always run short on time? What dictates that we have plenty of time or no time at all?
How do we best utilize our time?

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