Well I'm getting near the end of my journey into the past, just 13 days left in Melbourne, but I guess we are always travelling that path, memory. Sitting here in front of the European is something I've done many times both before and after coma, a test for my memory. Probably one of the... Continue Reading →


Dear fellow coma victims, memory can actually work again when prompted by being in places of the distant past. I'm visiting my sister in Redhill, Victoria, Australia, and we just went to places from my childhood. We drove to Flinders, a village on the coast, and I remembered which ways to turn the car to... Continue Reading →


Visiting my parents in Paynesville, quite a long way from Melbourne, is an historic event. It proves that the past exists, even for us who have lost it. Speaking about many family occasions and ancestors is profound for me today, I suspect I always enjoyed such conversations because I like the fact that I am... Continue Reading →


Dear fellow coma victims, it seems memory can return after 4.5 years. Being around places of the distant past stimulates recollection. Neurologists suggest the brain can develop new pathways and perhaps memory can work again. I'm very tired of mundane conversations around niceties. Just the typical things people say when you meet them. I don't... Continue Reading →

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