After four days of creation being subject solely to the will of the Trinity and the laws of nature, on the fifth day, choice regarding time and space came into play.
God created fish and birds. He imbued them with motion which in itself is an expression of the union of time and space.
With motion came an infinity of choices, moderated to some degree by pre-installed software that created desires and were punctuated by lethal or lovely consequences.
In terms of space, there are no physical boundaries established for either living group. Each was free to roam far, eating, mating and resting where they wished.
But alongside that freedom was the ever present threat of extermination if the creature with choice failed to be canny about the realities of either time or space.
Failure to migrate in synchronicity to the seasons could cause death from sundry causes. Failure to consider the hostile environment around them while eating could also result in individual death. Failure to mate in the appropriate time would result in a termination of that line of living things.
Conversely, following God’s ordained time to be in a particular space would generally enrich the life of a fish or bird.
A profound paradigm.
No moral laws governing their behavior in time and space. A definite “better” and “worse” positioning in nature for both time and space. Extreme consequences for poor judgment.
A new chapter in the history of time/space and creation.
An exponentially complicating variable.