One day, a seven-year-old child asked me: “How is that possible? It looks like the more we look forward to something, the longer it takes”. The comment is not trivial when we consider that the question was asked in December, waiting for Christmas. A child asked the question, but the mechanics would be the same for an adult. We have all experienced the slowness or the speed of the passage of time. Waiting, impatience, or boredom transforms the duration into a semblance of eternity! When we want time to pass quickly, we pay attention to it. Actually, paying attention to time largely determines the experience of duration (Brown, 2008).