The body location of time never ceases to amaze me.
The present time, for instance, is located on the left wrist of the person who evokes it.
The past, conversely, is on the right or sometimes on the back. If the past is recent, then the elbow might be folded and close to the chest, while the forefinger might be slightly risen. If the past is not that recent, then the arm and hand might be stretched out, with the palm facing the front. In other words, the past is located like two feet away on the right.
In the cardinality of time, however, the future has no place.