10 April 2017


"When the brain recalls memories, it involves a set of cells, but the pattern they follow differs from the pattern that created the memories in the first place.

For every act of recall, the trace of the memory is never exactly the same.

For every act of recall, the memory trace gets a bit more divergent.

It is ironic."

~ Justin K. :)


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