The Greeks had two words for designating time. One was chronos, clock time, the time measured by hours and days. The other was kairos, unique moments in time when something significant happens. Most of us judge our lives in terms of chronos, the moment defined by clock and calendars. We seldom take time to find time. But, each of us can remember kairos, the holy moments when something special happened to us.
-- Richard L. Morgan in I Never Found That Rocking Chair