To Perceive the UN-Perceived: Possible?
Time subjects everyone to new experiences that can be absorbed selectively or ignored, usually steeped in repetition with a camouflaged clutter of unimportant facts.
A distraction at best, the task presumably is to see forest and trees with telescopic vision or microscopic precision, depending on circumstance.
When palpable, it’s a question of forging what is “felt” into something conceivable, limited only by the boundary of the physical sense or the constraints of imagination.
A tangible existence made possible by action or invention, concreting what was formally unperceived, while acknowledging it’s “being”, infinitely.