It’s natural to forget the lessons you learn

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If our brain were like velcro, we’d want lessons to be like tennis balls so that any that went in would stick forever.

Unfortunately, the lessons we learn can often be more like sand; some of it sticks for a little while and some of it just passes right through and, after enough time, a lot of it can fall out completely.

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