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And this means that time is a mystery, and not even a thing,
and no one has ever solved the puzzle of what time is, exactly.
And so, if you get lost in time it is like being lost in a desert,
except that you can't see the desert because it is not a thing.

And this is why I like timetables, because they make sure you
don't get lost in time.

(from "the curious incident of the dog in the night-time")

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