Physicists say that time is the 4th dimension. If that is true, it makes understanding time a bit tricky for us, mired as we are in a 3-dimensional world. The full, fluid reality of anything includes its changing over time. But we experience time as a single moment we call the present. What I’m saying is, comprehending time in its fullness is beyond us. However, there are "moments of time: in which we have divine opportunities to experience transformation. The Greeks used two different words to describe time. Chronos (time )is the time we measure and governs our lives, but kairos (time) speaks to "moments within" time, and are those openings when the "heavens are opened" in out lives.
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