Life according to temporary time – The Truth Clock
Israeli – the relation to time defines us as a unique people, there is no need to change to day light saving time during the year, utilizing fully daylight hours.
Unified – the very use of the Truth Clock by all Israelis in a consensus that this is the original clock of the Jewish people (and with God’s help will be the clock of the whole world) creates a unity between us. The origin of our unity power is that everyone recognizes the will of adherence to God over the segmentation to factions and various rabbis.
Internal – connects us to the Shamash of the Creator, the sun. The Holy Temple services were done only during the sun light. And all our inner lives are actually expressed in the Holy Temple services, adapting our activities according to the temporary time reflects our desire to be close with God – time is the God’s creation, holy like us.
Spiritual – similar to Kabbalat Shabbat accompanying excitement, songs, and anticipation – “Bride Arrival”, we are waiting for the stars at the nightfall to tell us that “the bride – the Sabbath has come”. Similarly, every day with the nightfall begins another new day like clean and pure baby. In the beginning of the night – gathering and cleansing from the day ended, receiving plenty and new divine light, and later in the day – activities based on the power and insights we received during the night.
Natural – healthy living mechanism is the right combination between the inner man and the external environment, the life given to us by the Creator are adjusted to our actions based on the provisional time as any activity in nature, setting the day according to uniform time and thus the day schedule related to numbers and not nature, harms the God’s divine harmony.
God’s will – “you have done the will of God” is the secret desire of every creation. This willpower revelation is defined as “Teshuva”. By using the Truth Clock during daily activities whereby, we express our desire for closeness and adhering to God and this way doing “Teshuva” every day.