Verb Tense Is Trinity of Time CircleBasic verb tense of: present, past, future is the same as writing: 2, 1, 3 because the past is listed second instead of first. Even so, this is the orientation we use today in triple-speak USA.
We put the present first and say forget the past and we also say, let's worry about the future when the time comes.
We expect to go from 2 to 3 without 1, yet, it takes exactly 1 to move from 2 to 3.
When we move from 2 to 3, then 2 becomes 1, because when we move from present to future, the present becomes the past; therefore, the past is always present and just as 1 + 2 = 3, so does past + present = future. [So even if the present is placed first, 2 + 1 also equals 3, the third phase of time called the future.]
The future is born of the present impregnated by the past, just as the Father is born of the Mother impregnated by her own Seed.Past becomes present because the present is the future of the past. Time is motion and action and so are verbs in the English variation of language.
1. Verb tense is in the following order: present, past, future.
2. Time sense is in the following order: past, present, future.
Our sense of time in our verbs and our sense of time overall, do not match. We shall now put verb tense and time sense in numerical context.
1. Verb tense is in the following order: 2, 1, 3.
2. Time sense is in the following order: 1, 2, 3. All this is to say, past, present and future exist at the same time. They are phases of each other.
Verb tense misrepresents the circle and cycle of time by treating past, present and future as fragments that exist alone or can be extracted and subtracted from each other in order to make things right rather than transforming them in order to change the circumference of time.