Just as air is the atmosphere of the body, so time is the atmosphere of the mind. If the time in which we live consists of uneven months and days regulated by mechanized minutes and hours, that is what becomes of our mind. It is no wonder that the atmosphere in which we live daily become more polluted, and the greatest complaint is "I just don't have enough time!" Whoever owns your time owns your mind. Own your own time, and you will know your own mind.
— Jose Argüelles, "The Call of Pacal Votan: A Treatise on Time Viewed from its Own Dimension"