Due to the changes in the state of life, people have gradually entered the era of fragmentation, where the significance of memory greatly reflects our reality.
Everyone’s memories are unique and encompass a range of emotions, such as happiness, sadness, and anger. However, not only the deeply ingrained memories remain, but also the forgotten memories and those repetitive daily occurrences that shape our habits seem to fade away. Nonetheless, I hold a different perspective. I believe it is these very fragments that compose the entirety of our lives.
To explore this concept further, I endeavor to strip the abstracted fragments of memories from my mind, extracting those that often go unnoticed or unremembered by most. By making these intangible aspects tangible, a process of revealing what is remembered and what is forgotten unfolds.
In doing so, I hope to gain a deeper understanding of the intricate interplay between memory and reality, recognizing the profound impact even seemingly insignificant fragments can have on shaping who we are.
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