Isn’t it quite exquisite how our brains work?
One moment we could be thinking of nothing of great importance, while the next you’re experiencing a mind-boggling question, about the great questions of life.
Isn’t it incredible how in one moment, we could live in a single memory we say we could never forget, then it is completely erased through time, such as the likeliness of a dream; faded from the mind and lost forever.
Even pictures… We are able to forget miraculous moments we experience with ease, possibly unconsciously, buried into the depths of our minds, only able to be exhumed by a snippet of a reminder from another soul or a simple yet sophisticated arrangement of pixels on a screen.
It’s curious how our minds work, simply forgetting the unneeded until one day it may be needed again.
A. R. Teller