An interesting discussion about time

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readSep 5, 2021

Questions about God and time:

“Can God change time?”

There is no time from “God’s point of view”. Time is an illusory construct of our inherently egocentric, subjective nature that uses the coordinates of time and space to move towards the next expected pleasure and run away from actual or expected pain.

We ourselves can rise above the sensation of time, space, and physical motion by liberating ourselves from the inherently egocentric, subjective bubbles through consciously, methodically acquiring a truly selfless, objective, timeless and unbounded sense of existence.

Then we come to experience reality from “God’s point of view”.

“Ok, but surely God knows what time is?”

Well, not according to what unique empirical, natural scientists tell us according to what they revealed while studying human nature in contrast to Nature’s perfect system.

They teach that “God” is an omnipotent, omnipresent Natural force, force-field described by the attributes of absolute, unconditional love and bestowal. This force-field is perfect, infinite, and eternal without any boundaries, divisions, differences within, thus such concepts as time, space, motion, our usual vectors, and details do not apply to this force, entity.

On the other hand, this force created a unique “creature”, a being that is opposite to this source, life-giving force in its qualities, so this completely opposite being can come to consciousness, independence and from that opposite, incompatible state it could consciously change, refine, develop itself until it can attain, sense and understand its life-giving force, source.

Only we sense such illusionary notions as time, space and motion while we are still stuck in our original, inherently egocentric, self-serving, subjective bubbles, imaginary reality.

When we start changing ourselves and acquire the “god-like” qualities of unconditional love and bestowal towards others when our own reality becomes a single, undivided, “single-minded” reality of selfless, unconditional service of others, these illusionary concepts of time, space, and motion also disappear from our perception.

Thus “God” does not sense, cannot change time since such a thing does not exist, only we dream about it while we are in our present “coma”, amnesia, which we can willingly, consciously, methodically wake up from.

This process will lead us to become “truly Human” — “similar to God”, sensing reality in a perfect, eternal, and infinite way (without the need to “die” for it).



Zsolt Hermann

I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.