It seems that events are larger than the moment in which they occur and cannot confine themselves in it. Certainly they overflow into the future through the memory that we retain of them, but they demand a place also in the time that precedes them. One may say that we do not then see them as they are to be, but in memory are they not modified also?
Remembrance of Things Past
Vol. 2, Pages 659-660
12.19.2010 #1 (Coronado’s Children)