Does the future come toward us?
Do we go into the the future?
Or Both . . .
Although time is something we describe with prepositions (to, at, by, on, about, before, near, until, near, during, after...) or with helping verbs that have a tense (will, had, were), this does not mean that a certain time is located somewhere or located in the same way that something is located in space, or in a spatial relation to something else.
(Erm, I think...)
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