You learn new things every day, big or small. As a result, you could say that your memory is a living thing: a living memory. After all, it’s constantly changing. You learn, you know, you forget. That's just part of life. To forget is to be human (but that doesn’t make it fun). In addition, forgetting something can not only affect your life but sometimes also history and collective memory in general. Occasionally you remember something very suddenly. Events or objects in your daily life can suddenly remind you of something. This means that life affects your memory and your memory affects your life. Your memory is alive in more ways than one.