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The real problem is with attention. We are used to not paying attention to so many things! How can we remember something if we did not really attend to it in first place? The answer: We can't.
Don't believe me? Okay:
Do you know whether a cow's ears are above, below, behind, or in front of her horns?
Where are they?
Would you bet me a hundred dollars on that?
Try this one. Have you ever seen cats climb trees and descend them? Now, do they come down head or tails first?
If you answered head first, then think about shape of claws!
Tearing Up Your Business Papers
The reason for this failure to easily remember events of yesterday and last week is to be found in fact that you have made no effort at time to impress these happenings upon your subconscious mentality. You allowed them to pass from your attention like proverbial water from ducks back. You did not want to be bothered with recollection of trifles. So you made mistake of failing to store them away.
There is a vast difference between dwelling on past, and storing away past records for possible future reference. To allow records of each day to be destroyed is like tearing up important business papers in an office in order to avoid giving them a little space in files.
Now why on Earth would you want to do that?
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