A small delay and the Escape from memory….

The post title hints at a famous syndrome which many of us go through. The tendency to forget some bubbling brain activity because you are not in a position to record it out from memory.

This happens mostly while engaged in churning out something creative from the mind. This manifests the typical obscurity of brain’s functioning,as to how it refuses to recollect the exact thoughts after a delayed attempt of recollection.

And once you lose them, the anxiety which follows immediately is distinctive and very personal,as no one else will be able to comprehend or empathize it.

I have had many such instances, wherein I haven’t been able to reproduce an idea,an article, a pattern, and lot other things which I miss even now. So, you shouldn’t be surprised if you find lot of scribblings of notes in my wallet or in my bag. I have salvaged a lot many personally precious thoughts by resorting to quick reclamation processes.

The gist of this post before I lose it can be articulated as:

Flowing thoughts if fettered are the last of things which can be retrieved back!

About Raghav/Raghu

A fortunate mass of hydrogen cloud conscious enough to be contemplating that very fact.
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2 Responses to A small delay and the Escape from memory….

  1. Deepthi.E says:

    I absolutely agree! that always happens to me when i am lying on my bed trying to fall asleep!!!

  2. I have woken up in the middle of the night many times and jotted down things instantly, and when I read them the next morning I myself would be astonished at the content!It's marvellous the way our brain functions 🙂

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