I find great interest in the perception of time. I like to consider the analogous relationship of how a creature of the second dimension would view that of the third. To it, the appearance of anything from the third dimension passing through its much more limited second dimensional perception can only ever be able to view the tip of the iceberg of what we third dimensional creatures are able to perceive. So compared to that I often wonder what a creature of the fourth dimension would be able to perceive beyond what we so definitively define as the passage of time. For us in the third dimension we are able to see or hear only at a moment. The tip of the iceberg that exists only in our relative nanosecond, but I would assume that the Fourth dimensional creature could then perceive all instances simultaneously and I then wonder what that would look, or otherwise be perceived, like. Where it becomes interesting to me is when we close our eyes and open our minds. In this state we are then able to perceive beyond a moment in time and can then exist, in memory, throughout our history and often in several memories simultaneously.