April 4, 2021 Just Last weekend we were visiting with some of our friends, recalling a time we had spent together, a few years ago. It was one of those conversations where we all remembered it a bit differently. The order in which things happened, the things that took place, who said what.  Those kinds of things. Human memory is fickle and incomplete.  We absorb into our minds fragments of our experiences. With time, and not even that much time, we lose track of details. The other reality is that we all experience things a little differently. Even when we do remember what happened and who said what, how we remember and the meaning we attach to what we remember is different.

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