If I could move at c (yeah yeah, I know I can't), the universe would see my watch at a standstill. I can attribute this to placing all my energy into going forward in space leaving no room for moving forward in time. But does relativity tell me that the opposite end has a "limit" as well? Can a particle be at a perfect point of rest so that it could be moving only in time? Is it possible for an object to be at a perfect point of rest? A different question looking for the same type of answer; What is, or is there, a limit to how fast observable time can be moving? I tried to think of a thought experiment to play this out, but could not figure out how to get an object to be at complete rest except for an atom, at absolute zero, in a vacuum, in a static universe, with no gravitational force to act upon it.