ask yourself, what is time? you probly think time moves alonng like a clock, and a second is percieved by all to be an equal amount of time.
the weird reality is that our perception of time is a result of our perception of the speed at which things occur relative to the speed at which our mind works.
our nerves send impulses incredibly fast but very far from the speed of light. So if some being could theoretically send its nerve impulses at near the speed of light, then watching an apple fall from a tree would seem lto it like it took 1000 years to hit the ground.
time is relative and a second can be mulitple lifetimes for certain particles.
if youve ever done amphetamines or even caffeine, you will notice the effects of wha ift im talking about.
a second, only feels like a second because we measure a second by how much we think during that time.
from an electrons perspective, humans live an obscenely long time, but think very very slowly.
the next second may feel like millenia compared to what you are, or if you are human, its just a tick on the clock.
on the other hand, if you look at astrophysical timescales, there are certain things in the universe that would regard the lifespan of a human, or the lifespan of our sun, as just a tick onn their clock.
time has no speed. but things in the universe occur at certain speeds. the idea of freezing time in place is not far fetched at all when you think about it