“Was there ever a thing as pure memory? I doubt it. Even when we convince ourselves that we’re being dispassionate, sticking to the bald facts with no self-serving decorations or omissions, pure memory remains as elusive as a bar of wet soap. Or it does me, after a lifetime of blending experience with imagination.” John Le Carre
Thanksgiving family gatherings can provide the truth of this idea.

A Place That Speaks

“There are studies out there that suggest we’re all born with genetic memories – that we move through time carrying the experiences and cultures of our ancestors. i wonder now if there might be something to that. All I know is that the first time I saw ______, I was filled with a sick-happy, uneasy-but-thrilled feeling.”Raymond M. Lane
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