So, I will use that space to create and elaborate some ideias
You answer your own question. As a phycisist I will tell you that time is indistinguishable from space. After you speak, you may add time for the listener to observe, comprehend, and thereafter formulate their answer.
Or you may choose to be impatient, which proves you don't know your listener very well.
IN Woolf's "The mark on the wall", the narrator sees a mark on the wall. Instead of going near it to see it closely and find out what it is and what has caused it to happen, the narrator immerses herself in a deep state of contemplation and stream of consciousness trying to find out a possible explanation to the mark on the wall. She thinks about the family who lived in the house before her and flies with her imagination to war and peace and spring and the passage of time and life. A small incident might lead to amaze of possible interpretations.