The space created by forgetting can be filled with memories or with new creations. Sometimes both. But the last few years have thrown off the natural rhythms of forgetting, creating, and remembering.The problem we’ve encountered during the pandemic isn’t that we forget who we are; it’s that no one has been nearby to remind us.
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