|Permission to remember|
|June 07, 2012 Glenn Hascall|
There are subtle movements caught in the harddrive of memory, emotional connections springing from the complex act of living. This is why a certain smell can instantly transport you to someplace you wouldn’t likely remember without the stimulation of scent.
Fixating on an object in memory long enough can cause a parade of connected memories that paint a story even in the randomness of how the memories were recalled.
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