“For a thousand years in your sight are but as yesterday when it is past, or as a watch in the night.”
Psalms 90:4 ESV
Time is Relative
Normally I remember specific dates, such as birthdays and anniversaries. After a merger of the calendars of multiple people on my smart phone which made every day notable, I started thinking about dates and time in general. We tend to approach time as if it were cyclical, since many of our time references make orbits around other objects. Certainly our universe and our beings were created with these time stamps. Scientists say our amygdala (part of the temporal lobes of our brains) accounts for our perception of time as it records new memories at varying rates that make time seem fast or slow depending on whether there are few or many new memories being stored. According to some theories, time travel may be possible, through parallel universes. There are certainly times that I would like to change, but my hope is in God, Who is timeless.