Tuesday, November 29, 2011

The Human’s Most Precious Possession

What is a human being’s most important thing? My answer is memories. Who am I without my memories? I feel paralyze, helpless, and dependent on others forgetting who I am. In addition, I’m a nobody without my experiences, my adventures, my emotions, my feelings, my family, my friends, my interests, my hobbies, my knowledge, my mistakes, my lessons, my pains, my victories, my defeats . . . my life is gone for better and for worse.

It’s a nightmare if I live one day with no memory of all my people in my life, my favorite anime, my trips to Las Vegas, my webpage, recognizing police cars from which city, and where I was when the San Francisco Giants won the 2010 World Series. It’s a nightmare forgetting what I learned at San Jose State and De Anza, forgetting my jobs from Blockbuster Video to Cisco, forgetting my favorite moments, and forgetting my biggest lessons in life. These are nightmares that belong when I sleep.

Live life and make memories everyday. Make good memories. Make life changing memories. Keep your brain active absorbing life: see it, smell it, feel it, taste it, and hear it. The more active you are, the less likely you have Alzheimer’s Disease. Do something, anything new for a new memory tomorrow.

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