Ponder inner space when you have the time.
There's no stopping the expanding universe. It gets larger, colder, and more mysterious with every tick of your Nixon Monopoly Watch, which falsely enforces the idea that time and space are linear. You can admire the shiny luster of your stainless-steel watch and its hardened mineral crystal face, but between the visible structure of this object are unexplored dimensions packed together like a tightly woven fabric. Sure, this three-hand's Japanese quartz movement and scrolling date display won't help you access these dimensions, but it will help you keep track of when you need to be in class for your physics exam.