Time Is A Shortcoming Of Our World

Dr. Michael LaitmanQuestion: My question is related to time. Perhaps we are not achieving the unity only because we are unable to simultaneously aspire to Him? After all, individually all of us already have felt such an immense connection.

Answer: Time is a shortcoming of our world. If I felt completely secure in absolute confidence, and there were little or no difference in my current state every minute and my state in the next year, in twenty years, or in a thousand of years, if changes did not exist in my states then there would be no time.

Then what does “did not exist” mean? This means that no state would be better or worse than another one. How can it be? It can be if I have full confidence the Creator. Then on one hand the states can change, but on the other hand I totally don’t care how they change. Then time disappears.
From the Kharkov Convention “Uniting to Ascend” 8/19/12, Lesson 7

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