The weight of memory keeps her from finding joy - Neil Gaiman (Fragile Things)

its next to impossible to not be weighed under memory. It is the source of what we can expect from life, our fears, our anxieties and our hopes. All deeply rooted in the past and not much to do with actuality. While life plays songs with the randomness of a radio, our minds think in planned playlists based on past knowledge. We see what we are looking for and only allow novel experiences to flow through the seams of our expectations.

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