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    Generally, when Time is discussed in philosophy or in science — including the works of classical Jewish philosophers — it is understood as movement, or change. The movement of the planets, the ticking of a clock — as long as these things occur, there is Time. If they cease, Time also ceases. In other words, Time is no more than the occurrence of physical events.

    In this paradigm, once we accept the creation of heaven and earth ex nihilo, it is a simple conclusion that Time began then as well — since Time is no more than the events of the cosmos. The fact that we cannot fathom an absence of Time is irrelevant. After all, neither can we fathom an absence of heaven and earth — in other words, of space and matter. In this way, Maimonides and most of the classic Jewish philosophers determine, contrary to the opinion of Aristotle, that Time is a creation with a beginning.
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    Time is free, but it’s priceless. You can’t own it, but you can use it. You can’t keep it, but you can spend it. Once you’ve lost it you can never get it back. (Harvey MacKay)

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    ...As I walked away, I noticed a shadow. It was dark.It was created from the fire of the burning bridge that was behind me.The bridge held me up; held me together; kept me alive.Now it's gone, and all I see is this dark shadow before me.Where is it taking me? Should I follow it? What should I do?I see nothing but darkness in front of me. Yet hope lingers.Another falter, only seconds to go.The only question that I have is "why?"The only answer that I get is "Go!"In the field, life screams and death cries.The man next to me bleeds, the man next to me dies...In the distance, a loud boom sounds.Everything shakes and then crumbles to the ground.
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