Quote by Tina Turner
I will never give in to old age until I become old. And I'm not old yet!
This quote reflects a mindset of resilience and determination towards aging. The individual expresses that they will not succumb to the limitations commonly associated with old age until they actually reach that stage in their life. By refusing to acknowledge themselves as old, they emphasize their youthful energy, optimism, and refusal to let age define them. It suggests an active approach to aging and a defiance against societal expectations, highlighting the importance of maintaining a youthful spirit regardless of chronological age.
A memory is anything that happens and does not completely unhappen. The result is some trace which is left. The trace may last for a long time or it may last only for a short time. Information that comes into the brain leaves a trace in the altered behaviour of the nerve cells that form the memory surface. A landscape is a memory surface. The contours of the surface offer an accumulated memory trace of the water that has fallen upon it. The rainfall forms little rivulets which combine into streams and then into rivers. Once the pattern of drainage has been formed then it tends to become more permanent since the rain is collected into the drainage channels and tends to make them deeper. It is the rainfall that is doing the sculpting and yet it is the response of the surface to the rainfall that is organising how the rainfall will do the sculpting.ISBN 0140137793 Copyright