Moving a meeting "forward" a few days

Oliver Burkeman writes that for him this means moving it into the future. He noticed that most people think that it means holding the meeting sooner.
(Mind&Relationships: Time and Space uncoupled, The Guardian Weekly 04.05.18)

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“The Aymara people of the Andes see the future behind them and the past in front; some rural Papuans see the future lying uphill.”( ibid.)

“As the blogger David Cain points out, we never really have time: ‘The time we ‘have’ is never where we are, and we can never see it, unlike anything else we have.’ Any number of things might disrupt your plans, and eventually death certainly will. So treating time as if you own it is a recipe for stress.”(Ibid.)

“There’s just you, in this moment of time, and all you can do is use it as best you can.”(Ibid.)