I just read a Good article by Kevin Cecil about our perception of our life: it will make you think.... And I agree, time is relative to the individual. I personally have come to think of time as irrelevant in the larger picture. I realize that my bills have to be paid by a certain "date" and "time" in relation to my clock and calendar; although reality is really only NOW, that's all it can be to me... “NOW I AM”… YESTERDAY IS GONE TOMORROW DOES NOT EXIST. Conversely, the only reason we have a clock and calendar is that we live on a little blue ball spinning around in space while it circles a star. We earthlings look forward and backward, north, south, east and west, up and down in relation to that movement and our position on the earth. Actually, “up” is entirely relative to where you are standing on this planet; other than that relativity there is no “up”.... In reality, if we left this little blue ball we live on called earth and were catapulted into the nothingness of space there would be no time at all; nothing to use as a measure to start a calendar or clock, there would be no up or down, no right or left, no beginning or end.... Think about it....
Then those who revered the LORD spoke with one another. The LORD took note and listened, and a book of remembrance was written before him of those who revered the LORD and thought on his name.
Malachi 3:16 (NRSV)
“We are all pencils in the Hand of God” - Mother Teresa