Time refers to the rational connectedness of things as they really are, really seem, and really feel. Its prime forms are perspective, logic, and intent. With it, we experience awareness of change and meta-awareness of time as an infinite series of present moments.
Immersed in time-sense we notice opportunities to unveil the self through awareness of the need for connection between self and other. We engage our connectedness through the weighing of source, possibility, and motive within our lives and imaginations. Veils to the need for connectedness, which we knowingly or unknowingly maintain, obscure our view of others or towards influence (our own or another’s) and separate us from the benefits of rational connectedness, a shared appreciation of the infinite nature of time, and rational expansion of changing self.
Time combines with greater good, stillness, and spirit to yield the fullness of iterative meta-awareness.