A Lost Prince - a Side Story to 'On the Solorian'"
the ever elusive manifestation of all our being. It is what guides and constructs our day, ticking away the minutes till our next class in school, or the next meeting with the board of directives, or maybe even your next use of the restroom. Without time, we are unstable, and we cannot plan for anything in the future, and thus we have it. Without time, we are chaotic and crazed. "But, what is time? We see it in the form of clocks, watches, and alarms; maybe even in the timer of your kitchen stove. Then, there are the more natural forms of time: the passing of the sun, the circling of the shadows, and the aging of things. That is its physical manifestation, but what is time, really? What, in the essence of the word, is time? "Time cannot be described physically, for it is not an entity. Time is not a thing, nor is it a person or place. Rather, time can be seen in mere metaphor. There are those that believe that time it-self doesn't exist; that it is