4.) The Now of Remembrance. While physical nows divide up time purely sequentially, such that if there is a sequence of events A,B, C, then B is closer in time to A than C is, the now of remembrance is not like this. Birthdays, Anniversaries, events in the liturgical year, etc. are all moments when we experience being closer to an event in the past than we felt, say, two months before, even though the moment two months before was closer in sequential, physical time. We are closer to the resurrection on Good Friday than we were last Christmas, even if the latter is closer to it in physical time.
5.) The Now of Music. The melody is somehow whole, happening now, without needing to be present at once.