"What is the divine mind? the reader will perhaps inquire. There is not a theologian who does not define it; I prefer an example. The steps a man takes from the day of his birth until that of his death trace in time an inconceiveable figure. The Divine Mind intuitively grasps that form immediately, as men do a triangle. This figure (perhaps) has its given function in the economy of the universe."
--Jorge Luis Borges, The Mirror of Enigmas, 1964
Mati Klarwein, Timeless, 1968