We live between forgetfulness and memory, in hidden spaces full of wrinkles and traces deposited in some place in our brain. Among those wrinkled folds lies our identity subsumed into the individual or collective unconscious. Memory is the essence of existence of an individual as a spiritual being and is necessary both in order to preserve the past and to recognise it. It represents the continuity of the person, the fundamental reality, the awareness of pure duration. Humans are the beings that have memory, that preserve the past and bring it up-to-date in the present, so we have history. Therefore, it is not just the knowledge of past events but the effective reliving of them, even if there is no awareness of them previously, as a present experience which carries in itself all or part of the past. The barriers between memory and forgetfulness are slight, one only has to let the river of memories and remembrances flow in order for memory to simplify and advance in the water, with geography as a meeting point, like a return to the first forgetfulness. Because memory is full of forgetting.