This coffee afternoon becomes a little dystopian with a discussion that is about oblivion. Cuervo Fitness gives you the ember with a more than interesting topic. And remember: above all, don't forget your friends. Oh, and stay on track! (I almost forgot).
Hello, one more edition of Coffee Afternoons with Cuervo Fitness. Welcome, welcome to our debate, our runner's intellect, always with our ramblings our thoughts, and today, I already announced it in another video, I hope I don't forget, today the topic is: forgetting. Yes, friend, forgetting, because why is forgetting important? It is in the sense that it is very important to be able to remember, memory is very important, the capacity of memory, which is nothing more than the ability to store data, information, to have it available and to be able to use it more late.
And if we couldn't do that, well, friend, we couldn't do almost anything, almost nothing. Everything would be a continuous process of learning again, because we would not only forget the concrete data, but also the procedural ones.
Yes, yes, the way of doing things, that also stays in memory, we also store that and learn it. Well, a little further along the way, and we will continue talking, until now!
We continue, we continue with Coffee Afternoons with Cuervo Fitness. Well, I wanted to tell you that one of our greatest fears, without a doubt, if not the most, is the fear of death, the fear of dying, and this is very intrinsically related to fear of the most absolute oblivion, yes sir, and, therefore, this fear, the fear of being forgotten, is another of our greatest fears. What could we do to combat it?
Well, man, there is the memory, the memory, because forgetting is the poison of remembering, but we all know that sooner or later the moment of forgetting will come, it is very hard, yes.
How can we face it? Well, having a full life, if we achieve it, we have to have a little luck, but to reach the end, and know that your life has been full, that you have, in some way, fulfilled, not your goal, but with the overall objective, right? Come on, I don't want to get too involved with this.
Really, where I want to move on is to the topic of forgetting, forgetting but forgetting in life, one continues, one remains alive, one remains well physically, but something here is not going well, eh, one forgets, one forgets. You can start by forgetting little things and end up forgetting who you are. It is a very dramatic situation, a real misfortune for the person who suffers it, although perhaps they don't even realize it, but for those around them, their closest people, forgetting while alive can be very, very painful. Let's go on, let's give some joy to the body, while we're here on the road.
Well, when we talk about memory we usually think about specific data, remembering specific data, such as a date, or where I left the keys, or the name of my current girlfriend... These are things that, at a given moment, We can forget, right, guys? Well, but just as important as that, is the other type of memory, the memory that allows us to store procedures, algorithms, ways of doing things. They are, most of the time, automatisms, automatisms that we have, that we don't even think about, because access to that memory is very fast, it is a very immediate memory, while the other type of memory, the memory of pure data and hard, is where we usually try or sometimes have to search to recover a piece of information. That's why, when there are people who have some kind of, I don't know if I should say dysfunction, or altered functioning, I don't know, it may be that their brain uses that very fast and incredibly magical memory that we usually use for procedures, even for social interactions, and used to store data, specific data.
These people are incredibly accurate when it comes to remembering past dates and moments, but, on the other hand, they lose, they lose part of that ability, that special ability that we all have to manage ourselves and to interact with others. We're talking, well, you remember the Rainman movie, right? Well, this was a person who was more or less what was happening to him, that type of autism. Well, this person, over time, for those of you who don't know, after the movie and all that, this person developed, they worked with him to ensure that he had a life more similar to ours, more social, and it was really achieved, this person leads a practically normal life. But, those skills of remembering the dates, the players, the phone book, the cards in the casino,... he lost that. Yes, yes, he lost it, because we have different types of memory. So don't forget it, and don't leave, don't leave the path, always on the path.
And how are you, how are you carrying that little cup of coffee, eh? Here, the runner-dialectic, the runner-debate, with today's runner-theme: oblivion. Oblivion, in Coffee Afternoons with Cuervo Fitness.
Well, now, a little to finish, and continuing with the theme, what do you think if we talk about when you want to forget, you want to forget but you can't, there is something that torments you, that always comes back to you, always comes back to your head, and he is not able to forget it, even though he would love to be able to.
Well, this type of impediment to forgetting is sometimes caused by traumas, traumas both received as a victim and caused as a wrongdoer, yes, one can be a wrongdoer, of course, it depends on your relationship with others. Well, this has some crazy forms, so see you later, friends.
Well, yes, I am now reaching the end of my coffee, and one last note about forgetting: the possible causes of forgetting. Well, the first one we can think of is cognitive decline, brain decline, mental decline, and fading away. Yeah, well, it's hard.
Well, another possible cause could be stress, stress, there are people who, due to their work, or other circumstances in life, are subject to a lot of stress, and that can affect whether or not they remember things. [Let's see here]. Another cause may be an illness, an illness that, well, would also be part of the deterioration, but not a natural deterioration, but a deterioration caused by an illness, which is also natural, but well, you understand what I mean.
And, a third reason, well, we are fed up with everything, right? And our own brain reacts that way, sending everything to hell, to oblivion! Cuervo Fitness, we continue...