"Years'll Do That to Ya"


by Jeph Johnson

Often I strive to forget the many things I remember about my life; the joy I'll never have again; the painful mistakes and regret associated with it.  

Other times my brain bears down in desperation because I want to remember things I've forgotten but can't. 

The trick is turning the knob just right to synchronize your memory frequencies in such a way that the good memories feel real and the painfulness an illusion. 

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This is a profoundly wise

This is a profoundly wise observation, and is obviously founded upon actual experience rather than just some psychological theory.


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