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Stories are told, stories are forgotten, and sometimes stories that one would think are completely unrelated actually overlap to give one the overall large picture.
Sometimes, the stories are projected on walls like a forgotten memory, jumbled and indiscernible to the viewer, or sometimes, the shadows make complete sense. Only by shining a light can we see those shadows.
Sometimes, it is just us having to overlap the pictures which were already intertwined, to make sense of the past.
It is up to us to find the lost pieces and to put them together to make sense of what has been seen, recorded, photographed, painted, remembered and forgotten.
Since sometimes, we have to make sense of the past to be in the present, and look at the future.
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