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Kairos as portrayed by Francesco Salviati in the 16th century.

What is Kairos

According to the ancient Greeks, Kairos was the god of the fleeting instant. Such a moment must be grasped; otherwise the moment is gone and can not be re-captured. In the midst of the ordinary time (kronos), extraordinary time (kairos) happens. This is the reason why Kairos has a long forelock that is easy to grasp as he is coming towards you, but the back of his head is bald and impossible to grasp once he has passed. 

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Kairos as portrayed by Francesco Salviati in the 16th century.

What is Kairos

According to the ancient Greeks, Kairos was the god of the fleeting instant. Such a moment must be grasped; otherwise the moment is gone and can not be re-captured. In the midst of the ordinary time (kronos), extraordinary time (kairos) happens. This is the reason why Kairos has a long forelock that is easy to grasp as he is coming towards you, but the back of his head is bald and impossible to grasp once he has passed. 

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