The ephemeral memory

It’s intriguing yet frustrating how knowledge we had once acquire can slip off our minds so easily. It’s as if those long hours of mentally-draining studying rudely refuses to reciprocate our efforts. Knowledge is attention-seeking, you need a constant review of it. Likewise, for people, you need to show that you care all the time. All entities in this world are so fragile, so eager to leave for a new owner when no attention is given to them, or when they feel that they’re no longer cherished. I guess that’s when people say life gets tiring. Knowledge is irrevocably and incessantly attention-seeking.

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