Thepower to remember an event that happened two or ten years ago withaccuracy as if it is occurring all over again is a fascinatingphenomenon. Recalling dates, events, people, and time is among thethings that an endless memory will be able to accomplish. It will bea moment to evaluate what happened then and what I hope to change tobetter my future, but one that others could emulate.
Iwould like to have an endless memory so that I can be able to recallevents with ease and be a genius people can turn to when they needreferences for past events. It will give me a superior intellectualfunctioning that would make me among the top academics and receiveawards for exceptional performance. I would volunteer to assist invarious departments to record events and data that can be importantfor future generations. My mind would work similarly to a memoryholder that would store bulk information with ease, and there will beno need of companies investing in data storage devices when they haveme as an asset.
Itlooks interesting having to recall a memory, but then there are sadmoments that one would rather forget, that’s what would make itterrifying. It would be scaring and frightening having to rememberevery detail and emotions that happened with such intensity to bringback the feelings all over again. An endless memory might triggermixed feelings such as guilt, shame, fear, joy, happiness andanxiousness that only a stable mind can be able to handle.
Thesociety is always against new modifications, and there would be thosewho would question the ethic of having an endless memory. I believefirmly in doing what is morally correct. As such, I would only use itfor the good of the society, which would make me an exceptionalindividual who can easily interact and accommodate people of allraces. I would be unique and extraordinary, which makes an endlessmemory something I would enjoy having.
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