Where does my memory go? Becaue i don't remember things i need to know.
A divided mind make memory necessary because it has divided existence into past and future.
But when this breached has been healed, you would then know that you do have all knowledge that is necessary for your Life...
Now memory has become absolete.
That's nonsense I might accept sepaating the past, but the future is unknown. How about the present?
What if time is not linear?
Perhaps we simply are unable to see & remember the future, but it already exists. Maybe some people can!
If one is pure nonsense to you dont the think the other will be also the same....
So why the question.....
by MysteryPlanet 5 years ago
At what age do you have your earliest memory of? I recall a couple events hen I was only 2 years old. I have been told by some that it is not possible to remember things from such an early age. I have also had people tell me that they recalled things from an even earlier age.
by Audrey Selig 7 years ago
Are people born with photographic memory?
by L a d y f a c e 7 years ago
I'm getting scared about my memory. I've read that bipolar disorder works against your memory, and I have indeed had a worsening short-term memory since my last relapse (almost 1 year ago). But now I'm missing memory. I don't remember things happening that happened, and basically just have to trust...
by Sp Greaney 6 years ago
Why does your brain remember things?Why is it always more easy to recall useless facts that you know, compared to more important facts and figures that you really need to know.
by _cheryl_ 8 years ago
Just curious if any fellow hubbers have dealt with or know of anyone who's had a sudden loss of memory specifically to typing. My Mom, (who's been typing 8hrs. a day for the past 20yrs.) had gone on vacation and returned to work completely unable to type how she use to, having to now look at the...
by The Medicine Man 4 years ago
As in Alzheimers, if you lose memory of who you are and of everyone you know, are you still you?
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