Seemingly insignificant moments appear oddly stretched, once importantly assumed stages roll by as in a time lapse. What was long forgotten re-emerges and pivotal human encounters pass by the mind’s eye. Autobiography describes the life story of a human being in the moment of the densification of his sensibility and recollection: a near death experience, after a serious accident, seconds before a fatal incident. Time as a definitely directed, irreversible constant is suspended by a simultaneous experience of past and present. In a stream of consciousness of the instant all impressions permeate and form the quintessence of one’s whole life. A flash of insight within seconds prolonged to infinity.