Of all the studies I've done, No other fascinates me As Time does. It has so many definitions to so many people, It literally has functioned as a different concept depending on how we refer to it. What is the Holocene Epoch? V.S Don't Be Late for Work, V.S It's High Time For Change. You could explain time to a child as the concept of what happened yesterday, as opposed to What will happen tomorrow. But to truly understand Time, You become aware of things like Space-time, Entropy/Halflife And Even Forces like Acceleration V/S Time Dilation Even Gravity imposes its will upon time, For that matter, So does every atom and subatomic particle in your body, but, Maybe we will speak about that Another time. It is my understanding that Time is the 4th dimension, And We, We are 3-dimensional beings, So, We can't fully experience the Whole dimension of Time itself, As such, We experience only a small portion in the linear progression as we age. Here is where I want to get right to The point. If Time Is a "Whole" that experiences Dimensional space in ways that we simply can't, Then What Is it that separates Moments from other moments? We call this a horizon I suppose. But, To be More Blunt about my point here. We Would experience time In this Very limited way, But That's because of our dimensional limitations, None the less, The time Before you lost that loved one, It Exists, Right now, Alongside the rest of Time that we aren't able to experience, As would Tomorrow and Even next year. All of Time Exists as a fourth dimension. And we can only experience it in this very limited way. But, Because We Have a shared connection to Time, Do we not occupy The Exact Same time that our lost loved ones did? We are just in a different location than they. Am I correct on this Methodology? Are we Not, For lack of A Better Definition, Quantumly Connected to All of Time, And if we are, Wouldn't Time itself, Kind of be like an afterlife? Sure, We Stop and We Die, But in this Sense, As far as the Full Scope of time is concerned, 100 years ago is still there. It's forever part of the whole that is time. So in that sense, Does not Time preserve us for all eternity? Would this not be an afterlife of sorts? I just want some thoughts on this. No big deal.