Lost in Time
Today’s theme is: Time
“And still, after all this time, the Sun has never said to the Earth,
“You owe me.”
Look what happens with love like that.
It lights up the sky.”
Lost in Time
by Julie Bu
Memories… lost in time or cherished for eternity?
Yesterday, while walking in the rain I saw a yellow autumn leaf on the floor with lots of raindrops on it. Each raindrop was unique, just like us… each raindrop had its own space on the leaf, just like we have our own space here on Earth… The thing is that all those raindrops, perfectly settle on the leaf, made me think of the very famous and powerful scene from the movie “Blade Runner” (1982) directed by Ridley Scott in which the Replicant Roy Batty (played by actor Rutger Hauer) says the famous monologue known as “Tears in rain”:
“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Attack ships on fire of the shoulder of Orion. I watched c-beams glitter in the dark near Tannhauser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time like tears… in rain. Time to die”
So I thought to myself: “Yes, sooner or later… all these raindrops on the leaves will disappear… but they will remain in my mind as a proof that these autumn raindrops did indeed exist.”
That’s what we do, right? We accumulate life experiences since the day we are born… and suddenly our brain is filled with lots of memories of all kinds… What are we humans without memories?!
But… what about when our time on Earth comes to an end? What do you think will happen to our memories? Do you ever think about this? Where will our memories go? Will they just vanish as we close our mortal eyes forever? Or… our memories will remain floating around in the air so free… becoming one of those things not an eye will be able to see ever? Or… will we be able to remember, once we are in heaven, all we experienced right here on Earth? What about having the choice to live an immortal life? Experiencing a never-ending spiral of emotions, feelings… not knowing the feeling of lost, taking life and things for granted… losing track of time… no questions… What would the challenge be then for us? Don’t you think that too much of anything really cloys…? Too much of anything makes no room for enchantment. The magic, the mystery, they simply disappear…
I know all these are questions with no answers, just beliefs… and this is what I believe…
I believe that every little thing is part of the creation… and so do our memories.
So, when the soul leaves a body… it’s only the body that remains lifeless… It’s the soul that returns to its forever home, the exact place where its journey to Earth one day begun… It’s the soul the one that keeps our memories… and there they go… flying together straight to the light.
Shared memories… well, they’ll be in two places at the same time… On Earth – in the heart of people we shared life with… and in a place called Heaven, where our soul belongs.
Good memories are the ones that are worth to keep. That’s why before we reach our last destination I imagine ourselves unpacking and leaving in our baggage only the most remarkable, beautiful, precious moments we got the chance to gather while we were alive… No room for worries… No room for sorrows… just chunks of happy memories allowed. It’s all about finding PEACE!! The key to enter home: the puzzle solved by putting together all the chunks. The size of it doesn’t matter at all… even if we only enjoy a short period of time on Earth; it’s the final evaluation that counts: quality over quantity…
Time to sum up: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1… “I did it… I had a happy life!” – Now I’m ready to be free at last.”
Sweet memories give me peace of mind… here on Earth and far beyond the starry sky. I refuse to let you go, so you better cling to my soul so I don’t lose you on my way back home…
Julie is a fun loving wonderful person filled with life and passion. She lives in Bilboa Spain and is originally from Mexico. She loves riding horses. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, Advanced Studies in International Relations and Public International Law. This post is her original writing. Her writing power comes from her honesty. She is authentic and honest. Hiding nothing. She is fun and full of life. She refused payment for any of her writings so we made a deal. Every time she writes. Zen of Water will donate to her favorite charity. A donation for this beautiful article she wrote has been made to – SAVE THE CHILDREN http://www.savethechildren.org
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