Introduction to Time
“I wear the universe backwards. I imagine putting stars in my coffee, and sugar in the sky. I imagine going fishing in the clouds, and watching the sun hide behind lakes. I’m too busy dancing with my imagination to even tip toe with reality for a second.” - D. Antoinette Foy
Time works in odd ways. A construct developed by humans, based on longitude, latitude, and revolutions of our planet around the sun; time is something that oddly we all relate to but nevertheless is purely nonsensical.
Beyond time, timing, as a concept is equally peculiar. I think everyone experiences “good timing” and “bad timing.” The tragedy of meeting a soul mate at an unsuitable moment, or the serendipity of running into an old friend in a moment of sadness. We all throw around these expressions, and we all buy into this idea that time is this additional element connecting us all.