“The Memory Shop – I” / Memorable Fancies #3254

You can buy copies of other peoples’ memories, experience thrills you never had. Critics say that those memories can’t ever really be yours – it’s no better than watching a movie, and a lot more expensive – and dangerous to your mind as well.

But there’s another problem. It isn’t that you begin to feel that you had climbed that mountain yourself, conquered the dread disease – it’s that as you live the mem it becomes more like you, more like your own memories – corrupted by your mediocrity, your wish to be someone you’re not. You give up on the mountain after the third hill, come down with the dread disease yourself.

> “books Terence Kuch” on Google or Amazon will lead you to more writing from a naturally curly mind. <<

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