Yesterday builds today's lush carpet-thick of memory, and the memory extends in tomorrow to become today's dream.
It sounds complicated. This is what has been observed as a waveform of the life of a snail.
A snail moves not in a hurry. Would it travel faster if it knows that the size of Amazon Rainforest is 2.72 million square miles, and there is a river, the Rio Hamza, around 4km underneath the Amazon River?
Everyday is a fascinating eye-opener. A snail would, if it could, it surely would like to aim for a bigger map of dream.
Then, everyday is a full-marathon to the snail.