Bare with me, this might be a bit long winded, but I need other perspectives on this. If you take the time to read and respond that'd really be appreciated. Sometimes at night, around 1ish am, I sit back in my room, close my eyes and think about everything outside basic human knowledge (not really, because I'm a basic human), which includes universes, time, infinity, creation, etc, and our connection to them. My head begins to hurt, usually, a pressure in the center of my forehead just above the brow (third eye?) and I become completely unaware of my surroundings, totally engrossed in thought. And usually I come up with somewhat..bizzare stuff. This happened again last night, except this time I picked up my phone and jotted down this little poem-ish thing to help me remember what came to my mind. Morality binds us to time Understanding right and wrong puts you in touch with the infinite Conscience becomes a guide, based on a desired outcome Do good, be happy, good things will happen someday Do wrong, be cold, hateful, nothing goes your way everyday Take advantadge and scorn, desires flee your grasp Help, lend a hand, forgive The future can be better than the past We all decide our fate. What I'm saying is understanding right and wrong is the begining of understanding good and evil, and both sides have an outcome that you feel the effects of now. This is based on the idea that we live in the past, as on the timeline of the universe human existance has been only as long as a snap of a finger, which means all this already happened, and we're just catching up to ourselves. But there are various outcomes our lives can come to, our connection to time allows us to choose our path based on our actions. Similar to karma, but more on a cosmic, kind of scietific level. If you have a deep enough understanding of morality, the deeper your connection to time, the more control you have over your life, though you really have no control at all. Your conscience is your connection to time leading you on a path based on your descisions.