We have all heard the expression, "Time flies when you're having fun". In fact, since virtually all of us has personally observed proof for themselves, we could say it is hard science. If we really know something, we aught to be able to define it well, if not to others, at least to ourselves. If it's science, we aught to be able to create a math formula, showing the speed of time being equal to the number of funs in a given amount of time, like LPH_laughs per hour.
This is all fine and dandy so far, but it also creates a bit of an enigma. We are drawn into the game of life, because it is fun. If you aren't having fun, you aren't playing by the rules of the game. To play the game, all players start at a single point, called Start/Finish. From there, they spread out to every other point in the universe and then get back to the One Start/Finish Point, as fast as possible, by having lots of laughs on the way. The tricky bit is, the Start/Finish point is not located in any time or place. It's eternal. When we cross the finish line, all mention of time gets removed from our math equation. All that's left is the fun. Would I like a job, having non-stop fun, for ever and ever? Heck no, I'm in the Union. We need breaks for meals, rest, coffee and smoke 'em if you got 'em. Without breaks, we would all end up in padded rooms or coffins. But we are in eternity, so what time do we get these breaks? Are you beginning to see why we keep getting back into the game of life? Does god create universes, just to keep from getting bored?
Just wondering out loud,