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The Best Pieces Of Life Advice From Movies

Bob Harris - Lost In Translation
"The more you know who you are and what you want, the less you let things upset you.”

Bob Harris - Lost In Translation

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The Forgetting Curve

Our memories have a 'forgetting curve', and unless we review what we see or learn, most of the content is forgotten in 24 hours, and the rest in the following days.

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Memories Get Interwoven

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The books we read, the songs we hear and the movies we watch become interwoven and entangled with everything else in our lives.