It’s strange indeed how memories can lie dormant in a man’s mind for so many years. Yet those memories can be awakened and brought forth fresh and new, just by something you’ve seen or something you’ve heard or the sight of an old familiar face.
Decor: When a pianist preforms amazingly in front of an audience the size of Carnegie Hall, roses are generally thrown onstage as a sign of respect and appreciation. When Harrison played, people would have done much more than that so people threw roses like their life depended on it.
You only change what you understand. What you do not understand and are not aware of, you repress. You don’t change. But when you understand it, it changes. --Anthony de Mello, Awareness: The Perils and Opportunities of Reality