My memories are like a malleable piece of clay I used to play with as a child. They are not clear, written words, but rather something I shape freely. I blend in mythologies, snippets of history and culture, cartoons, fleeting fragments of life, and even flowers and stars.
These elements create unique and rich memories just like a woven fabric showcasing distinct patterns from each period. This collection emerges from the very essence of my recollections, weaving together my culture, childhood, and present self. This collection resembles passing strangers in everyday life. We are so similar, yet so different. Our lives briefly intersect at a crossing, leaving behind nothing but memories. Each of us has our own unique story to tell.