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|The Non-Remembrance of Things Past - Page 13|
Stop! Enough Already! We've Been Through All This. Isn't There Anything to Be Done?!!
Basically, no. You may die tomorrow. (In fact, you may die today.)
What good will memories do you then?
At the same time, you might:
Brush after every meal.
Do crossword puzzles.
Learn a foreign language.
Reminisce with friends.15
Stop daydreaming and pay attention.
Stop telling yourself you have a bad memory.
Take a memory class.
Take gingko biloba.
Take St. John's wort.
Take whatever those Chinese herbs are that help your memory.16
Treasure the dwindling number of memories you've managed to retain.
Write more stuff down.