OK JCMINJAPAN This is for you. I am going WAY out on a limb somewhere in some Universe that is maybe in the future, or already over in the past...I am unsure. Anyway...is it correct to assume that time moves "forward" and not backwards or sideways or inside out? Maybe we are NOT in the future at each new second, maybe we are in the past, since our bodies are not regenerating and we are dying, we are actually going backwards, like the body ages, but the mind in most cases of old age, seems to regress to long term memory and forgets the shorter term. Why would a person, say 90 yrs. old, generally remember the days of their childhood and young adult years more clearly, than they would remember what had happened only a few hours or the day before. Ah, yes also that might be a quandry as well though because the majority of 'elderly meaning to me 90+ in age, seem to also be more aware of the 'future' at the end of their life, ie when passing from this life during a physical death, they speak of a sense of great love, or seeing energies of light and feel a welcoming sense of something. Just a thought. JCMinJapan Edit - Merged parts of thread into this new one.