Once there were two identical sisters whose names were Pandora Some Time and Sophia Now Time. Tragically before their teens the twins were orphaned when both parents died before their time and this trauma shaped the identities of the growing girls.
Sophia loved to take time out so she could explore the opportunities and possibilities located within the moment even if this meant failing to do what was expected of her.
Pandora liked to meticulously schedule her day so that she could be sure to complete her chores and fulfil her duties during which time she would dream of some day when she hoped to be free to realise her hearts desire.
Not surprisingly these personality differences were a source of deep unspoken tension, Pandora longed for some time to talk about how she felt with Sophia but the time never seemed right.
One day their cousin Hercules visited and asked the sisters outright about the dynamic he perceived. Pandora was overwhelmed with relief and gratitude, that at last a time had come when she could tell her closest friend exactly what she had been bottling up within all this time.
Sophia was hurt and disorientated as she tried to take in what her sister was now sharing. Tears rolled down her cheeks as Pandora poured out her frustrations. Finally after some time of silence the sisters held one another and Sophia said “Don’t you know that you are my guide into our future some time possibilities; it is because of you that I hope for the fulness that is not yet in the now.”
Some time transcends the now anticipating the not yet.