Motion and Time

Last edited 31st October 2020

Reality Building

The motion of all things is perceived relative to time. Without the endless flow of time, there is no motion.

Moon in a Dewdrop

for it is man's ability to think backwards and forwards that creates and counts and reckons with those years. Without man's time-keeping activities, the universe is yearless, as without his spatial conceptions, without his discovery of forms, patterns, rhythms, it is an insensate, formless, timeless, meaningless void.

The Myth of The Machine pg 33.

Although we use time as a fundamental measuring block of our physical world, it is, in a sense an abstraction, a symbol within our own consciousness that we project back upon the physical world.