Jordan was quiet. “So, it’s just a matter of what you know and what you don’t know?” he asked.
I lifted my head, “It’s what you know, what you don’t know and what you need-to-know. What you know is based on what timeframe?”
“Only the past,” Jordan replied.
“And what you need-to-know is based on what timeframe?”
“It’s too late for the past, it must be now.”
“You are correct. What do you need-to-know to help you understand the present? How does that understanding help you in the future? And, not the future of what will inevitably be, but, the future of your intentions? There are two timelines of the future, one is based on elapsed time, the other based on your intentions.”