“I try to take one day at a time, but sometimes several days attack me at once” a book by Ashleen Brilliant I haven't perused, but the title has been essentially experienced by each one of us. Single smell, touch, sound, sight, or taste, can cause a surge of encounters that we thought were pressed and settled. The rules of this amusement within our brain are distinctive. The capacity of the faculties to bathe our intellect within the past through triggers appears our brain’s remarkable capacity to reconnect through signals. Whereas there's no elude from being damp, we always have the choice to appreciate the shower or, suffocate within the surge.
a tree within a seed within a tree ... forest within
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