A brain doesn't store memories like files in a computer--it reconstructs them on demand with electricity and swirling chemicals. We call this process *remembering* but it's really *assembling*.
Sometimes we're responsible for things not because they're our fault, but because we're the only ones who can change them.
We can only ever understand anything by comparing it with something else that we think we already understand better.
Moving a lot as a child helps you identify how old you were when things happened in your life as you can associate age ranges to specific houses.