My apologies on the low print and yes my eyes too are sometimes in a strain! I will now be more aware of that. Now that I've called down on the caffine when I posted that last post I made I can formulate my thought more correctly. So please allow me to restate what I intended on saying. First let me list some helpful concepts so that hopefulkly many of the forum members can understand my thought on regards to time:
- Constant, ever-changing
- Known through conscious i.e a person being aware that it is twelve O' clock.
-Rotation of the Earth on its own axis whose orbit is around the Sun
On regards to death:
-The Cease of life
-The extinguishing of life
-To be incapacitated
On regards to Ressurection
-To be revived
-To come back i.e from a state (or realm) where one is gone for a long period of time
-To be brought forth from an immobile state
All of these concepts are of course basic in our understanding especially when it comes to Islamic eschatology. The main point of my theory perhaps incompasses all of the controversial topics, such topics like freewill and predestination. What I truly meant to convey here is that time in regards to the other two is as important as our understanding of God. When we are alive we are aware of time not just by watching the clock move and hours pass but by the events and activities in our lives.
When the sun comes up we understand its morning or its early in the morning or even when we pray fajr we understand that we pray at a certain point within the day. But consequently by believing in God we also believe in the All-encompassing knowledge of God and so consequently because of that we have to believe that God's abilities are not only incomprehensible but encompasses everything we know and don't know. To say that God cannot do a certain act would make God lack in that certain action. In the regards to freewill and predestination the knowledge of God is so encompassing every action that has been created and extinguished is known by God, hence the action of the past present and future is known by God.
It is important to note that through death our understanding of time cease because our physical mechanism such as our brain ceases to function and is extinguished. We therefore lose any physical consciousness or awareness of time. Because of this, in this state time exceeds faster Why? Because we are not aware of it. In regards to ressurection apart of my crazy idea is that what if ressurection happens two seconds, or a minute or even a month after being in a state of death. Of course these are measurements in our reality but while being in a state of death time stops because there is no motion of any consciousness of motion. Even when we sleep there is no consciousness of time. Even when we dream there is no consciousness of time but sometimes our dreams can last a long time. Some psychologist say dreams last for as long as 30 seconds. But they seem to last for over that.
An extreme view is from what the Hindus take and some crazy scientist who believe that the world will re-create itelf. Some scientist explain this by stating that the universe will not always constantly expand and eventually will contract. If the universe do eventually contract eveything in the universe living at least, will die. Eventually so scientist (and Hindus) believe that life as we know if it now will repeat. Apart of what I thought was that what if while being in a state of death all of this happened. Of course this is but a theory and really have no basis for anything but just something as a food for thought. I really didn't put any effort into it but it is something to just think about.