How do you remember what has already happened? Do you remember it clearly or does it feel like a fuzzy recollection of things? Think clearly and be honest. You don’t remember it. You remember bits and pieces. Maybe you remember how you felt in a certain moment and the memory of that feeling dictates how you remember the event. Our memories aren’t how we thought they worked. It’s a trick; it’s a trap. The only way to look at things is to look at how they are now. Maybe, preserve a good memory to feel good when you remember it, to serve as dessert after you savour good experiences or to serve as a shot of booze for the bad ones. Maybe, let a good memory help you escape occasionally. However, never trust it. The past is always hidden behind the veil of time, and time blurs even the largest of monuments. How strong is your memory then?