The discovery of Time

She had discovered as a child that the present had no boundaries, that it could be replicated infinitely by will. She simply needed to isolate and focus on a “frame” of some action occurring in the moment, then step back and observe herself. She discovered to her deep discomfort and fascination that within this frame was visible an exact replica of the first, and within the second another, and another, and another. In this moment she was an outsider looking in on herself looking at the frame that kept collapsing into itself.