Counting TimeIn order to “tell time,” humans count the number of repeating cycles of motion.
In some portions of the world, humans start by counting repetitions of seconds.
We count 60 repetitions and call these 60 cycles of seconds - one minute. We then count 60 repeating cycles of minutes and call them - one hour.
We then count 24 repeating cycles of hours and call them - one day.
We then count 7 repeating cycles of days and call them - one week.
We then count 52 repeating cycles of weeks and call them - one year.
Then we count 10 years as a decade...100 years as a century...10 centuries as a millennium...*
Precision ProblemIn between the counting of days and years, humans also, inconsistently so, count a different number of repetitions of days and call each of these different number of days – one month. To make matters worse, and to give the false impression of precision, humans then add one day every four years to one of the months in the bunch. Humans also tinker with what is called an atomic clock. Despite these adjustments, the result remains inconsistent and imprecise. The method of telling time many humans are using is imprecise with the Sun and Moon, thus, must be imprecise with motion.** Think about it.
How much sense would it make for “one minute” to be based on 60 seconds sometimes and sometimes based on a different number of seconds? What if hours, days and weeks were based on a varying number of cycles? Months are that way.****
Breathing is based on one inhale and one exhale. What if one breath was sometimes counted this way and then sometimes counted another way, yet both ways of counting a breath were still called the same thing - one breath?
There must be a more precise way that moves our understanding closer to the optimal way.*
Time Based On Motion Of Earth & SunThe method of telling time many humans are using starts with the period of time called a “second.” What is a second based on? A second is based Earth's movement in relation to the Sun.*** Humans have attempted to make time more rigidly conform to their understanding of time. This is the decision, instead of allowing the method of telling time to be fixed and variable in harmony with the motions of the ecosystem, thus adjustable, even as humans are supposed to be striving to mature in understanding and becoming one with the Mother Of Motion – The Creator.
ConclusionCounting repeating cycles is a useful way to tell time.
The difference in an optimal method and suboptimal method of telling time is twofold.
1. Getting a better sense of time by self-improving our points and our views.
2. Steadily moving towards a more precise repeating cycle to use to tell time by.
*The precision problem of counting is solidified by the precision problem of naming units of time. Why are years named decade, century and millennium as if the prefix means the number of years, yet, the suffixes are all different and are still supposed to mean “years” or the meaning of “years” being inherent in the word itself. This additional inconsistency is further indication of contradictory and incomplete understanding Thus, for humans who tell time using seconds and years, their understanding of time must also be inconsistent, contradictory and incomplete, even though it seems normal within the confines of the prevailing waning context of this dimension. **This is due to worldview, universal view, utamawazo, context. ***The Sun, as a living being, is important to our daily lives in many ways. How humans tell time is another way we acknowledge the celestial being that is the Sun Of God. ****Why wouldn't we at least use 12 months of 30 days and 1 month of 5 days? We'd be closer to precision. This method, of course, is in use in other parts of the world and was in use before the current method of telling time.
13 months as a number has significance.
12 months x 30 days equals 360, which matches the degrees in a circle. A circle is a cycle; therefore, the cycle of a circle would match the cycle of a year which is based on Earth traveling full circle around the Sun. The cycle of a circle and cycle of a year would match the cycle of degrees of understanding, which total more than 360 to bring us to completion and oneness.