• In the alluvial sweep of the land, I thought I could see the past and the present and the future all at once, as though time were not sequential in nature but took place without a beginning or an end, like a flash of green light rippling outward from the center of creation, not unlike a dream inside the mind of God.

    James Lee Burke (2011). “The Glass Rainbow: A Dave Robicheaux Novel”, p.303, Simon and Schuster