Time as a consequence of change

Time is a consequence of change. Time is a construct of the mind. Time is an experience, a way to extrapolate and sort out causal events in the spacetime continuum. When we observe the movement of a watch, the ageing of our bodies, or the sun rising or setting on the horizon, we become comfortable with the notion of time. We may automatically attribute a change in states to the force of time. Yet, time does not cause our watch to tick, alter our bodies, or propel celestial objects through space. Continue reading “Time as a consequence of change”