Time: Is it an illusion?

Time: Is it an illusion?

Time: Is it a deception? “Tick, tock, tick, tock….” The cadenced orchestra of a clock’s pendulum resonates through our lives, a consistent update that time marches constantly forward. The clock proceeds to tick and each tick and tock marks a snapshot of time lost in past that urges us to stay up with the loads of errands that appear endless. Seems as though we are on a time-traveling rollercoaster. In any case, could that make us people who goes back and forth through time as per science? All things considered, probably not! Briefly we should take at some point from this enduring musicality of tick and tock to contemplate over the long haul itself. Envision, imagine a scenario where we shut down every one of the timekeepers, and the “tick-tock” serenade comes to a sudden end. Could time freeze, or could it simply give us a distracted wink quietly laughing at our ineptitude that we think clocks and time are inseparables? You most likely may think “Stand by, what in heaven’s name is going on?”. What’s more, that is where the funniness starts. In a world tied tight with brimming with plans, dead-lines to meet and morning timers, which are likely set to the most irritating sound ever, this sudden end of the hands of the tickers, appears as it could liberate ourselves from the weight of the heaps of documents and limitless chains of tasks. Presently, the main sign of entry of time that is available is the beams of sun raising a ruckus around town in day time and the periods of the moon and the gleaming stars around evening time. No clocks, no works, no rush, no pressure… Envision ourselves living like the old man who didn’t have cutoff times to meet. Hang on there-We are living like the ancient people, then is it like venturing out to the past in time like those researchers say? We won’t ever be aware, except if somebody goes without a doubt. So it is out of the extent of our conversation for the time being. However at that point, changing from creative mind mode to reality mode, are the frozen clocks a sign of a conceivable respite in the progression of time. Truly, that is a huge “No”. Furthermore, there doesn’t appear to be a method for emerging from this baffling and veraciously turning chasm of time, inside whose walls we think of ourselves as caught inside. While we probably won’t have found a mystery stop button inside time’s turning pit, we’ve disentangled a reality undeniably more significant: time is an impression of our humankind, an update that our lives are transient yet limitless in their ability to contact the world. Along these lines, we should keep on riding this energizing rollercoaster ride of time embracing its secrets and jollity and track down joy and bliss in this fabulous parody of time.