We have to think and talk our way through things in order to get a grip on past expressions.
Unless we can pin down our thoughts to exactitude, we have to get comfortable with being uncomfortable and confused.
And that’s ok. Forced familiarity breeds forgetfulness — the attrition of synaptic connections is a function of memory.
Part of escaping the pinning is to remind ourselves why we believed in anything in the first place.
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