Thought for the Week
Thanks to the wonders of the internet, I recently managed to download a live concert, which is identical to one I attended in London in 1990 – you’ll have to ask me what it was, I only have a certain amount of space here! Listening to that music again, memories flood back of the feelings and experiences I went through in London as a student.
It’s fun, but quite overwhelming, to go back - even if only in memory.
Memories are like that; it’s easy to get lost in them, to wish for things to be how they were, or to feel nostalgic for a time gone by.
We can’t live in our memories, though - they help make us what we are, but they shouldn’t control us and, if we stay there, we lose out on the moment.
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