Frank Herbert on Time.

by Estéban Trujillo de Gutiérrez

“If he refused to move, he knew that he would remain caught in the timeless web, the eternal now where all events coexisted. This prospect enticed him. He saw Time as a convention shaped by the collective mind of all sentience. Time and space were categories imposed on the universe by his Mind. He had but to break free of the multiplicity where prescient visions lured him.”

–Frank Herbert, Children of Dune, pg. 182.