Memories of Home: A Keepsake You Create

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Memories of Home: A Keepsake You Create

Memories of Home: A Keepsake You Create

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Many circumstances can make you miss home. Maybe you’ve been away from home for a month or more than ten years. No matter how long it’s been, it’s still possible to miss home. Here are some quotes about that magic word — home. There are very few words that inspire such emotion as the word “home.” Here’s a list of quotes about home, and most people agree that it’s a wonderful place to be. Jump ahead to these sections:

There is a magic in that little world, home; it is a mystic circle that surrounds comforts and virtues never known beyond its hallowed limits.”— Robert Southey Let’s start with learning. It is well established that learning in the brain happens by a process of association. If A and B occur together, they become associated. Contextual-binding theory goes a step further: A and B are associated not just with one other, but also with the context in which they occurred. The difference between a house and a home is this: a house may fall down, but a home is broken up.”— Elbert Hubbard This similarity between contexts is important when it comes to retrieving memories. Your brain’s memory search process is rather like a Google search, in that you’re more likely to find what you’re looking for if your search terms closely match the source content. During memory search, your current mental context is your set of search terms. In any given situation, your brain is rapidly rifling through your memories for ones that most closely resemble your current state of context. Simple but deep Memory goes downhill after age 30. "There's good evidence that our ability to retrieve information peaks between ages 20 and 30. By the time we're in our 50s, the frontal lobes, which are in charge of searching for memories, don't work as well as they used to," Dr. Budson says.One of the major problems with legal cases involving false memories, is that it is currently impossible to distinguish between true and fictional recollections. Efforts have been made to analyse minor false memories in a brain scanner (fMRI) and detect different neurological patterns, but there is nothing as yet to indicate that this technology can be used to detect whether recollections have become distorted.

Because you may not spontaneously recall cues related to a long-forgotten memory, you'll have to generate some. Dr. Budson recommends that you try these strategies: A competing theory, known as systems consolidation theory, instead proposes that memories are initially stored in the hippocampus but are gradually transferred and strengthened in other brain regions over time.And “don’t sin by letting anger control you.” Don’t let the sun go down while you are still angry, for anger gives a foothold to the devil. Ephesians 4:26–27 Of the many memories you accumulate every day, only those marked as meaningful are recorded in your brain's long-term files. "We have a system in our brains that tags memories that are important in some way so we'll remember them in the future," explains Dr. Andrew Budson, a neurologist and chief of Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology at VA Boston Healthcare System. Data is not, of course, the plural of anecdote and it’s too early for research comparing our memory skills before and after the Covid-19 pandemic. But in a survey conducted by the Alzheimer’s Society, half of relatives said that their loved ones’ memories had got worse after they began living more isolated lives. Memories fade with time. If you haven't thought about a memory in years, it won't be as vivid or strong as it used to be. "By not revisiting the memory, you're telling your brain it's not important, and other memories might be laid on top of it," Dr. Budson says. The concept of home isn’t always pleasant. Here are some sardonic comments about the realities of home – and a few funny nursery rhymes that we thought we would throw in. Don't be afraid to use humor when funeral planning. Sometimes a funny quote is appropriate – even when writing a eulogy.

Sometimes memories of certain experiences remain crystal clear for life, like the moment you said "I do," or the first time you held your baby in your arms. Other significant memories from long ago can be harder to recall. But they may still be with you; it just takes effort to retrieve them. Which memories stay with us? Emotion. "Getting married is an example of a highly emotional event. In that circumstance, a whole host of brain chemicals become active as these memories are being recorded," Dr. Budson says. Around four out of every 10 of us have fabricated our first memory, according to researchers. This is thought to be because our brains do not develop the ability to store autobiographical memories at least until we reach two years old. Home is where you can say anything you please because nobody pays any attention to you anyway.”— Joe MooreRepetition of stories helps us to consolidate our memories of what happened to us – so-called episodic memories. If we can’t socialise as much, perhaps it’s not surprising that those memories don’t feel as crystal clear as usual.

The most important thing a man can know is that, as he approaches his own door, someone on the other side is listening for the sound of his footsteps.”— Clark Gable Sometimes even special or important memories are harder to remember. Several age-related factors contribute to this loss of recall:Say “I’m sorry.” Don’t go to bed angry.–Don’tlet your pridebecome more important thatyour relationships. Sometimes it’s hardest to say “I’m sorry” to our spouses and our children. Oh give me a home, where the buffalo roam. Where the deer and the antelope play. Where seldom is heard, a discouraging word. And the skies are not cloudy all day.”— Brewster Higley I don’t care if we have our house, or a cliff ledge, or a cardboard box. Home is wherever we all are, together.”— James Patterson



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