Time and Space belong together, but they’re just friends.
Space and Time have a very special relationship that is bound by fate, yet star-crossed at a certain point. They exist with each other and for one another, however, they are on separate entire dimensions from one another which makes things extremely complicated.
Space is understood by the three physical dimensions of length, width, and height--but what would be Space without Time? Time was created to hold Space, as Space was designed to be experienced in the fourth dimension of Time that exists outside of any linear axis as Time is nonlinear itself. Time is understood by the irreversible progression of the past, present, and future--but what would Time be without Space?
Space and Time are inextricably tied together. They are woven together like fabric that stretches and folds. When one expands, the other will contract. It’s in their indescribable nature and special relating towards one another. Time needs space, while Space needs time--but sometimes they give each other too much space and too much time to understand what is beyond the horizon of Space-Time itself.
Time is infinite, but one day, she begins to feel her inner clock ticking for the day of eternity is upon her. Even Time herself does not know when that exact moment will be or what it will entail, but she knows that moment is fated to happen. Has Time become a victim of fate, or just a curious observer of her own self? As Time seems to be shortening, Space appears to be expanding the known boundaries of reality.
As Time contracts it is the nature of Space to expand, covering the visible Earth from the non-visible paradox we experience in this four-dimensional reality. From the new perception of Time, she begins to wonder if there is more to this physical world than meets the naked eye. Is there more to Space than emptiness and form? Is there more to Time than perhaps a little more time?
The co-existence of Time and Space creates a multi-dimensional universe that is not entirely known or understood to each other. Our perception of Space is a result of how we look at the physical world with a linear mentality that we experience through Time, but when we stop thinking linearly, we can explore the higher dimensions of reality by trying to understand what is beyond the paradox of Space and Time.
Time is running out and she seeks to understand the truth of the Universe, but all she can seem to see within her limitations is reality itself. There is something strange about the day of eternity upon her that makes her believe that there is more to the truth, however, truth cannot be found in mere belief itself. The truth can only be found in reality. You can search and search for the truth, but all you will ever find is reality--and that is the truth.
*Next time we will explore the relationship of Time and Space through light. Explanation coming soon.