As I was laying in my bed, suffering from chest pains, I began to think about biblical times and how much sense some of it makes when you realize these were uneducated people from thousands of years ago trying to explain the meaning of life, and on top of that, it's been rewritten and translated so many times. Who knows how many ideas and words were lost.
Then I started thinking about time as we know it and came to the realization that time is a human creation which measures actions and when they should occur. If humans didn't exist, "time" wouldn't exist.
We as humans like to put everything in a human perspective. Humans way of thinking is "something must start to end, and to end, something must start" simply because we start and end. We are born and we die. Our lives are finite, which makes us tend to think everything is finite.
Another example of this is "good and evil." Do good and evil really exist? We as humans tend to classify things, people, and actions as good and evil based on the way they effect us and our beliefs. But in a human-less world, would good and evil exist? Would time exist? No they wouldn't.