Without death, or the contemplation death, there is no life
All these things/concepts reside on the interpretation of the plane of polarity.
Practically speaking, do you "have" any time?
Take for instance a really "busy" person. Do they have time or does time have them.
If you have ever had that really good meditation session that once it ended you looked down at you watch and saw that only 20 minutes had passed? When it felt like it and lasted for hours?
Now this is the "time" when I would contemplate that time as we commonly refer to from a "modern" perspective, is a restrictive concept.
Which also leads me to think that this is it's very reason for existence, as a word, a concept, an observation of hands swirling in circles in the modern context.
Let's go back to the practical observation.
That person who is so busy that they constantly state, that they "have no time".
I would agree with them. Because they have given it all away, time that is.
Every heard the term "pay attention"? It's the same concept. But on the other side.
Time is a result of thought. Not the "cuckoo" clock on the wall.
Unless you "pay attention" to the "Cuckoo".
Then there is most undoubtedly time. Time paid to the cuckoo and all the distractions that keep you busy. Time spent...
The Individual Is Paramount
As Within So Without