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Alright, so summer’s not technically over, but the kids are off to school, some leaves have already started falling, and Labor Day has come and gone.

We might as well call it a season.

Still, this image and quote reminded me that good times (like those that leave tan lines) always come to an end (just as they always begin again), but the memories they leave behind — how they affect us — always stick around.

We end relationships, lose loved ones, move on from great jobs — you get the idea — but the memories those relationships, loved ones, and jobs gave us will stay embedded within us forever.

How does this apply to you? What’s happened in your life — or even this summer — that was good, has ended, but has left its mark on your for life?

Miss last month’s Monthly Meditation? Head over to Monthly Meditation: From Where Does the Joy Come?

 


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    Last reviewed: 5 Sep 2014

APA Reference
Sparks, A. (2014). Monthly Meditation: Good Times End, But Memories Last Forever. Psych Central. Retrieved on November 28, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/your-mind/2014/09/monthly-meditation-good-times-end-but-memories-last-forever/

 

 

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  • Alicia Sparks: Indeed they will! Cherish them forever!
  • Pam: Beautiful memories will always be with you!
  • Alicia Sparks: Thank you :) I hope it brought back happy memories for you.
  • Evanston Psychologist: Alicia, wonderful post, it was deep and moving. It made me think of my own father.
  • Alicia Sparks: Thank you, John, and thank you for taking the time to read it. I sincerely appreciate it. :)
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