Could a pair ordinary language expressions gives us a perspective into our psychological hang-up with mortality? That is can the concreteness of pronouns be challenged with the tools of language that created the issue? I.e.:
Time's up. (Time is up)
Be in the moment.
(So then what does "Time's down." mean?
The possessive of "time" implies an owner or entity.
Who's in charge of "Time's down."?