Moments

Think about it. The event and the account of the event are never the same. And i’m not just talking about the details, because most of the time, when you are re-telling an event that occurred, the events are incorrect and exaggerated for effect, but I’m talking about the emotions during the event and the feel of the event is never quite the same as the account of the event or moment. Because either the moment was a lot more exciting than the telling of it, or less exciting and sometimes just plain lifeless and flat. It’s like being told a joke by a funny comedian and then trying to re-tell it to your friends, its never quite the same, is it?

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