Since ancient civilizations such as Babylonians, Mayans, Greeks, Muslim Civilizations and today in modern times there has not been any a comprehensive theory that can define, explain and justify the existence of “Time” despite Philosophers and Scientists have long been attempting to find an answer to this mysterious concept.
According to philosophers like G. J. P. Bolland, “The more we consider the time-concept, the more puzzling it becomes.” Further, the complexity of the topic can be imagined when of St. Augustine said “And yet what in our usual discourse do we more familiarly and knowingly make mention of that time? And surely, we understand it well enough, when we speak of it: we understand it also when in speaking with another we hear it named. What is time then? If nobody asks me I know: but if I were desirous to explain it to one that should ask me, plainly I know not.”Sir Isaac Newton has also been unable to comprehend time, as one of his sayings goes “I do not define Time, Space, Place and Motion, as is well known to all … absolute, true and mathematical time, of itself, and from its own nature flows equably without relation to anything external, and by another name is called duration.”

Today the world’s major institutes of Meta Physics, Philosophy and Science are researching on the very reality and existence of Time. There have been many theories in present time such as parallel time, and relative time, furthermore, the quantum time. All of which tend to explain and justify the existence of Time up to a certain extent.
In this article, we will explore what Time is, in Sultan Bahoo’s point of view, one of the world’s most famous saints ever to exist, who have provided many insights on topics such as Economics, Politics, Science, Philosophy, Religions, Astronomy and many more.
This paper on time is based on the verses from the Quran, sayings of Hadrat Muhammad (PBUH), and sayings of Sultan Bahoo.

The creation of Human Being as explained in the Quran is from Allah’s Spirit:
“So, when I have made him and have breathed into him of My Spirit, do ye fall down, prostrating yourselves unto him.”
Hadrat Muhammad (PBUH) said:
“Narrated Abu Hurairah: Allah's beloved Rasool said, Allah, said, 'The offspring of Adam abuse Dahr (Time), and I am Dahr (Time); in My Hands are the night and the day!'”
According to Sultan Bahoo:
“Allah asked ‘Am I not your Rabb?’ to the spirits of 18000 universes”
From the above three statements, we can create a hypothesis that Time is the ultimate reality, and every living thing consists of Time.
Every living thing has a Body (not necessarily a solid visual body), and Time resides inside that living thing. The moment we came into existence our Time started with its first tick. By tick, we mean that our Time started passing. To understand it lets visualize it in this way: the tick is a clock’s hand, which at one end is attached to the center of the clock, and the length of the hand stays within the boundary of the clock. In the same way, our tick’s one end is attached to the center of our body which is the Time, and it stays within our Body. By the center of the body, we do not mean a physical central point of our body, neither there is a hand from the center of our body to the boundaries of our body. We have taken this visualization to understand Time. In this paper, we will call the tick inside us as time Hand.
The circular boundary is the Body, the red line coming from the center of the circle to the boundary is time Hand, and the red center of the circle is Time. Points are the starting and endpoint of the time Hand. point is the present state of time Hand. The area on the anti-clock-wise side between points to points in the past and the area on their clock-wise side is the future.

According to the figure, when we come into existence our time and starts from points, and it travels all the way around till it reaches back to points. Once it reaches back to the starting point, our Time ends, and we no longer exist. The time it will take to complete its one round is our lifetime.
The speed of time and is variable, never steady and for now irreversible. The speed of time and depends on the energy in our body. The more the positive energy, the less the speed of time Hand, and vice-versa. When we eat, we get positive energy; that makes our time Hand’s movement slow, causing us to have more time to live. On the other hand, if we take in poison, it will act as negative energy for our body and will decrease our positive energy, causing time and to speed up, hence less time to live.
Consider another picture, if we do not take in negative energy, but stop taking in positive energy as well, what will happen? Because our body and we didn’t stop consuming the positive energy available in the body, we will be gradually lowering the level of positive energy in us, causing time and to speed up and hence again less time to live. However, this effect of speeding up of time and will not be quicker compared to taking in of poison scenario. Two physical bodies when existing inside one another can have a positive or negative effect on either or both of them.

Author's Bio: 

Hadhrat Sultan Bahoo was a great Sufi Master who promoted a spiritual path to Allah which was adopted by desirous whose purpose of life was to attain Divine intimacy and unison by adapting the complete path of Sharia