"…On the other hand, we can say that time does not exist at all, and that it’s just the way we have to grasp things with our minds, in order to be able to see or hear anything at all.
And that in the state of perfect freedom, time is neither a moment nor beyond nor forever - time is the nowness of the singleness of the oneness - the uniqueness of the inseparability of the cause and event syndrome that produces itself in the notion of time and sequence, cause and moment, result and pattern... If you see what I mean. And yet, if there were no time, there could be no division, no extension, no life as we know it... No duration."
From: Richard Wahnfried – Time Actor.
Time Actor LP. Innovative Communication, 1979.