21 comments on “I Want It Back

  1. “Uninformed prejudice”…the impediment preventing opposites finding common ground over an amicable beverage; preventing restoration of ‘things good’ for one and all to respect and appreciate. Sounds words, Paul

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  2. I have found my own nostalgia to be less than 20/20, to need bifocal, in fact. But I do yearn for yesteryears with an increasing intensity.

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      • Yes, in my heart, both refute the notion of mindfulness because in the future, dreams, and in the past, however selective the mind and the memory phenomenon of palimpsest, I often use find comfort there I can not find in the present.

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      • Yes, in my heart, both refute the notion of mindfulness because in the future, dreams, and in the past, however selective the mind and the memory phenomenon of palimpsest, I often use find comfort there I cannot find in the present.

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  3. Very nice, but I think we both know that it was never really the way it was remembered: not in America, not in Rome, not in Athens, not in Eden . . .

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