A Present Moment of Reality

Clock in mistThe movement in Time
of the collective consciousness
constantly creates reality
in the ever changing present moment.

The past is gone.
Yet, the past has left evidence
that it was present.

The future hasn’t happened yet;
it doesn’t exist.
It’s still in the planning stage.


definition: collective consciousness -the sum of every individual awareness of every conscious being

Time and the Grand Unified Theory

Elusive intrigue of time travel may have blinded us from the answer to the question in plain sight.

Interstellar the movie who are theyThe x, y and z axes contained in Time

The 3D universe is infinite edges contained within the ever constant acceleration of Time.  Time is the ultimate boundary.  Not even God will break its boundary.  Time moves at a constant never-changing rate, neither changing in direction nor changing in acceleration.

Ever Constant Acceleration of Time

Time Theory of Everything

All heaven and earth; that is, all spiritual and physical universes, each with its own infinite-ness, are yet contained within the ever constant acceleration of Time, like a tunnel with infinite walls.

All movement is necessarily contained within Time.  Without Time there can be no movement; neither of physical objects, nor of energy, nor of thought, nor even of spirit.  If Time could stop, all would freeze in immediate stasis, the definition of ultimate death, even for God.  Time cannot stop because God cannot stop.

There has never been a time without Time.  Had Time ever not existed, it would not exist now because change requires motion, and Time is required for a change from a state of “no Time” to a state of “Time”.

Time in the Theory of Everything pizarra-con-fc3b3rmulas-matemc3a1ticas-clay-shonkwiler[1]

Einstein said Time can bend.  I don’t know about that, but maybe Time has come for The Grand Unified Theory to be discovered.  Make Time the constant, and I predict that the equation can be balanced.

But who am I?  I’m no physicist; I’m just an apologist.

A Point of Life -A Philosophical Physics Riddle

Here is a riddle I have composed after many months of a certain line of contemplation.

A Point of Life -The Riddle

by Susan Ector Ward

I occupy a point.

The point is a location on a particular line.

The line is located on a particular plane.

Within the plane, I am occupying a location on an infinite number of other lines.

The location of my point is claimed by an infinite number of other planes each of which incorporates an infinite number of other lines whose path also claims my point.

My point is the center of an infinite sphere.

I may move in any direction along any of the infinite number of lines occupied by my point.

Successively and momentarily as I move, I will be occupying one of an infinite number of other points each one not only located on the line along which I move but also located on an infinite number of other lines and also located on an infinite number of other planes, few of which are occupied by the point at which I began.

As I move, each point whose location I occupy becomes the center of a new infinite sphere.

I may change my direction by choosing to move along any of the infinite lines whose path
claims the point of my new location.

As I move, I find that I have influenced an infinite number of spheres whose center I have occupied.

If I move backward to retrace my path, though I will again pass through the center of every one of the infinite spheres whose center I had occupied before, I cannot influence any sphere in the same way I had influenced it before because I have been influenced by each of the infinite spheres along my path.  The fact of my movement has changed me.  Though I go back, neither I nor my point can ever be the same as we once were.

Who am I?

Finished guessing?  The answer here.