“The only real treasure is in your head.
Memories are better than diamonds
and nobody can steal them from you”
Most of us, specially those who can claim we had a happy childhood we hold our memories of youth dearly, specially as we grow old the past come to our minds often, and sometimes with great detail, at least of certain things we cared about, or paid enough attention, since memory is selective, my relatives, and friends seem to remember things that I can’t recollect, and likewise I remember things they may have a vague idea, or not at all.
The Great Neurologist Oliver Sacks says about our fleeting memories:
“There is, it seems, no mechanism in the mind or the brain for ensuring the truth, or at least the veridical character, of our recollections. We have no direct access to historical truth, and what we feel or…
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