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The memory of the spoken word can last a long time. I can still remember words that were said to me from eight years ago by people I have lost total contact with. Though their sincerity or forcefulness may have faded, the moment in which they were created can never be forgotten.

Words are different from actions. While behavioral tendencies can be altered over time causing you to forget past instances, words, on the other hand, are like disgusting coconut water stains. No matter how much you think they have disappeared they remain there, serving as a constant reminder. In my lifetime …to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In

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