It is an accepted fact in physics that mass causes a distortion in the fabric of space/time. I conjectured from that fact that on a black hole, time would stop altogether which I believe ros (a pretty sharp guy on physics) agreed with. (Let me know if you don't) Note that this requires no additional points of view, the black hole sits there in virtual isolation and yet the velocity of time has been radically altered.
The distortion of space and time by gravity is represented by the amount of dark energy and dark matter per a given volume of space. (Call it spatial density if you want) Gravity lowers the spatial density by introducing more entropy. Relativity describes the specific volume space (Higgs field) between the frames of reference that are interacting with each other by comparing velocities and clocks. The Higgs field is giving both pieces of matter some of their mass by interacting with matter through the Higgs mechanism. For this reason, the more dark energy per a given volume of the Higgs field the more energy the Higgs field can pass on to the matter embedded in it. This can be pictured like this, if the Higgs field was made up of a matrix of gyroscopes and matter was made up of gyroscopes, where they come into contact with each other and transfer their energy is represented by the math of the Higgs mechanism. The rest of the energy of an atom is kinetic energy stored as potential energy similar to energy stored in a flywheel. Because of centrifugal energy the fly wheel wants to expand and take up more space. The pressure of the surrounding Higgs field holding the flywheel together accounts for the rest of energy in the atom, and is represented by dark matter. As matter moves through or is accelerated through the Higgs field by gravity or some other force including another piece of matter, this increases the spatial density of the Higgs field on one side of the matter compared to the other side causing it to pick up mass and accelerate, because as I said earlier spatial density increases in the Higgs field are passed on to the matter interacting with it.
NOW we can introduce another POV, that of absolute zero velocity. We presume from our observations that there is no point in the known universe where objects have zero mass so that second POV has to be outside the known universe. Therefore, the entire universe must be traveling at some speed X in order to give everything in it mass if velocity/Higgs is the thing that gives matter mass.
The universe isn't traveling, the Higgs field is dark energy stored as dark matter in the Higgs field. The Higgs field is then interacting with matter through a mechanism represented by the math of the Higgs mechanism. The question is where did the Higgs field get its dark energy, and how is it being contained in the dark matter of our universe, so that it can interact with matter to keep it stable and give it the mass we observe and measure? We don't need to get outside the universe to see how the universe moving. We need to get outside to see three things. 1. Who pulled the string to get the tops spinning. 2. What's keeping them spinning. and 3. What's providing the pressure to keep the top from flying apart from its own centrifugal force. But before we can do that we have to admit the hypothetical tops(Higgs bosons(and here's a hint: each Higgs boson is actually a 2 dimensional field)) exist in a matrix(the Higgs field), and are more than likely contained in a closed universe. One step at a time. Meanwhile, I'll wait outside looking at the string, holding a scooby snack trying to coax a physicist to come out and join me.