Yeah I overextended that part I sometimes stretch things out more then they should be. Now to rearrange what I meant to say in the context of that sentence, I wanted to say the Time as Time in and of itself is an unlimited mode of subjective perception which appears to us as limited subjects in the obvious and self evident notions of our day to day experiences.
Cut out the rest after day to day observation and it will become more coherent. By the way what I am saying is there an unlimited and limited mode to understanding our subjective experience but we are rather unconscious of them. They act upon us as irrational or emotional forces which we have little cognizance of why they act but that they do. But that it takes an act of reason to abstract or make these irrational forces known to in relation to an immediate perception