Memories and stories

There’s a theory that every time we access a memory, a new memory is created in its place. That the act of recollection is, in fact, an act of destruction–or of augmentation. That each of our memories is replaced by a facsimile of itself.


In this way, isn’t memory also made of the stories we tell?

Introduction - CapsuleCrit (cache)

Think about it, memorize it.

Tell it.