AS we already know Einstien ruled out absolute time with his theory of relativity. However I feel that in doing so he had to make time for the photon or light ray absolute instead. So, I ask if in discussion, this could be cleared up. The premise for my concern is that Einstien placed the photon in the center of time, so that the photon or light ray becomes invariant, thus creating the postulate. But I feel that in doing so Einstien re-establishes absolute time by default with out realising it. I would show a diagram but currently are not allowed to. Care to discuss?