But time is a man-made entity this there is not necessarily a beginning and there is not necessarily an end. True, the Earth does spin on its axis in a way that may hint at some sort of interval but I don't think that necessarily has to do with time. It is human nature to want to define and, thus, capture various parts of existence. The curiosity of the human mind naturally likes to invent reasons for various happenings and so we use the invention of "time" to explain why it is dark and then light for (though it roughly varies as the earth moves) twelve hours or why things degrade and turn to ruin eventually.
And, yes, death does happen to teach us how to live our lives yet we all know that death is inevitable. Because of this, we are all caught in the process of trying to put our lives into some chronological and/or existential order. And, because all humans are headed towards death with no way to derail off of that set track, we all, whether consciously or subconsciously, prepare for death during our time in existence.
what if i copied this:
"And I did not create the jinn and mankind except to worship Me." and told you that this is what Allah said?
he created us and surely knows how he made us *obvious* so before more than 1400 years ago he told us how we were created and made of what and mentioned things couldn't ever be possible to know or thought of "more than" 1400 year ago. the book Qur'an is never outdated and never contradicts with science, many things hardly discovered now days mentioned in Allah's word *the Qur'an* want to explore it? here: http://funadvice.com/r/15nqm60uhmj :D> have a good life :}> and a better second life after death :}>
time is more than hours on the clock, or a number on a calender. It's aging, decaying, growing, etc. These are all things that happen by the affects of time. Time itself may be a simple idea, I agree, but if it does answer the question why then it exists as just an answer. There is a beginning cause even from a scientific stand point. This universe wasn't always in existance. And if there is a beginning it's only natural to have an end. People are born and then they die. A beginning and an end. But yeah, death teaches us to live so that we can die peacfully. Depends on how you wanna look at it.
Existentialism ? O.o i'ts a word in the english language? anyway even mister.Albert Einstein admitted that there must be a "source of the world, or something made it and made it exist from nothing @ all, after he he said the opposite then he said it was a horrible mistake and admitted the previous
If your an Idealist words like "time" and "reality" can be dismissed as such (Just thoughts that don't exist outside the human mind) but to an Realist or nominalist these concepts do exist outside of the mind as abstracts. Again as I said, it depends on your "basic" beliefs.
Everything time touches has a beginning and an end. We don't live our lives preparing us for death, but Death teaches us how to live our lives.
I guess that would depend on your "basic" beliefs and view on the epistemology of the word death.
the worlds can't exist without something or someone to make it exist, in other words.. Create it
Yes. But we can live our lives well and be happy and healthy all the way to death.
Existentialism at its best. Thank you, my good sir.
because we have never prepared for it
oh my god a person with a brain
Death is the beginning for me