“Let the past be content with itself, for man needs forgetfulness as well as memory.”
—James Stephens, 20th Century Irish Novelist and Poet
My daughter shared an interesting observation in a recent conversation regarding the birth of our new grandson Weston. Although the experience of childbirth included the greatest pain she had ever experienced, the painful aspect of it was somehow fading, and only the wonderful moments remain.
Where would letting go of the past and a healthy dose of forgetfulness make the biggest difference in your life?
How can you also explore and enhance your memory-capturing abilities to also savor more of the moments of joy and delight?