The human being is capable of tremendous feats of memory. Events that happened long ago can be brought to mind in vivid detail. Ask a forty-year-old man if he still remembers his bar mitzvah. Ask a woman who’s been married twenty years if she remembers her wedding day. I may not remember what I ate for breakfast yesterday, but certain events are seared into my consciousness.
When I leave this physical world, every event of my life will appear before me. I’ll have total recall. How is it possible?
This Shmuz explores a fascinating element of the human: his neshoma, which never forgets.