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Tag Archives: Memory
As we get older it is only natural to think about what we are leaving behind, not that I have plans to leave this world anytime soon. The reality, however, that death is inevitable enters my thoughts more often now. … Continue reading
The older I get the harder it is to remember the facts about any given event in any sequential order or specific chronology. However, the things I do remember become qualitatively measured and then quantitatively recollected. Remembering my mom doesn’t … Continue reading
My father was 44 years old when I was born. He was 27 years old when my oldest sister, the eldest arrived. My childhood memories and my siblings recollections differ enormously. I have always valued the significance of each person’s … Continue reading