Memories are persistent, relentless, and intense. Time wavers them, makes you forget. I remember my first memory … wait … of course, I don’t!
The thought that everything is a memory to the mind is incomprehensible because by the time the brain is able to comprehend a situation, it’s already in the past. And once we reach the future, the memories of the past begin to disappear.
My mind is like a terrain, expansive, extreme. Its potential to hold memories and thoughts is beyond any other tool's capacity.
The mind is a wondrous place and it is the only place that doesn’t require a clock to hold the time. The brain holds all memories, and all memories are affected by time.
I’m forgetting it all now, my memories, my time, they’re fading. Because no matter how expansive a terrain is, it has to end at some point.