It is widely known and or said, we lose an hour when we spring forward by changing the clock up an hour for Daylight Savings Time (DST).
Right now I feel I haven’t lost time.
As a matter of fact, I feel I gained time.
And for that reason is the purpose of this testimony.
I forgot to change my alarm clock (I didn’t use it this morning to awaken) last night before I fell into a slumber. And when I began to regain consciousness this morning, I peered through the fog in my eye’s at my clock and seen it said 4:30am. My immediate thought was, it’s too early to get off this bed -but- I was awake so I staggered to my feet and began my Sunday. My most important second thought was, Gee I have to wait 2 1/2 hours before my favorite local news station (WUSA9) comes on the air as to provide me with the news/weather for the day.
Oh well, I said to myself. I’ll just get on my computer and check my social media content, and any tech news that might interest me. Upon powering up my computer, I noticed the internal clock on the computer said, 5:30am.
And that’s when it hit me, I forgot to change my clock. Darn.
So I got off the computer chair and reluctantly walked over to the alarm clock and upped it one hour. No big deal I thought. Time change doesn’t matter it’s just a construct of Mankind. Time is everlasting, we neither gain time or lose time, it only appears that way, due to our need to keep up with time and space.
Walking back to my computer I realized, hey wait a minute, now I only have one and a half hour for the news to come on. Yippie, my joy was.
Do you see where I’m going with this?
So, I feel I neither lost time or gained time. I’m not saying this is going to work for you, I”m only saying as of now its given me a different perspective on the time change.
Time is irrelevant. There is no time. Only our need to keep up with time and space.
With that said, I should make a confession. I’m not a physicists or a cosmologists, so if you are and want to tell me there is no time in space, could you please explain that to me in a comment, thank you.
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