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Book of Rememberance

by on November 8, 2011

We all of us have a seemingly innate tendency to hold onto things that mean something to us. This “holding on to” includes things which have a uniquely personal story about someone who is, or has been, in our lives. Throughout history we have kept things of monetary value to remind us of people – hence bequests in wills of particular objects, with specific personal references.

But we also, in our general daily lives, keep small, or otherwise apparently insignificant, everyday objects and things, which also and equally serve us as a helper in keeping someone else in rememberance.

This collaborative book is about that.

D Rosier

London

2008-2011

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2 Comments
  1. Sarah Wheeler permalink

    Bloody Brilliant – and quite Serendipitous, in the very best tradition….Bravo! and Caritas XX

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