What moment would you like to relive before you die?

DaveC426913

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Question about the question:

Is the question about reliving this moment for the sake of reliving it? Or about reliving this moment for the sake of possibly changing it?

Presumably the former.
 

Ivan Seeking

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Question about the question:

Is the question about reliving this moment for the sake of reliving it? Or about reliving this moment for the sake of possibly changing it?

Presumably the former.
I stole the question from Piers Morgan. But this is GD, so it means whatever you think it means. :biggrin:

My interpretation was that he meant relive, not redo.
 

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Do you recall that ? How can you be aware of the moment in which you became aware of your self identity?
I haven't a clue as to when I "first" became self-aware. I have memories dating back to age 0. They're as real and surprising as the expression on my Mom's face when I describe the room in which my diaper was changed!

Life just is. I am perplexed when friends tell me they can't recall anything earlier than third grade. My son can't recall his years in Korea, yet he was the same age I was when I was in Italy, and I remember pretty dang well everything.

Perhaps it's time for another thread...
 

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The time my best friend and I rode our bicycles to the town square to buy ice cream. This was during a semester abroad in Germany.
 

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