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If we act “as if” we were trying to improve who we are and how we behave, we actually do improve who we are and how we behave.
Reflecting on the past is not the real purpose of memory. Instead, as Professor Steve Joordens says, memory is “any time when a past experience has an effect on current or future behavior.” In other words, memory is not about the past – memory is really about the present and the future.
While the calendar can remind us when sacred moments happen, we are the ones who have the power to truly make them significant.