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Happy Valentines day to you all, here is a love letter that I did not send to anyone

My dearest windows, once open wide to the world's embrace, You were my brushstrokes, painting landscapes untold, capturing the sun's warmth on a child's face, the moon's soft glow on oceans bold. You revealed the whispers of wind through fields of gold, the firefly's dance in a summer night, and the stories      etched in ancient lines, holding secrets bathed in light.

The Treacherous Maze of Memory: When Remembering Isn't Believing

Memory, the cornerstone of our personal narratives, the tapestry woven from our experiences, seems inherently trustworthy. We cling to our recollections, using them to define ourselves and navigate the world. But what if this foundation, seemingly solid, is riddled with cracks? What if our memories, instead of being perfect recordings, are susceptible to distortion, embellishment, even outright fabrication?

Beyond Sleep Debt: Discovering the Power of Sleep Credit

We all know about sleep debt, that lingering feeling of exhaustion we drag around after nights of tossing and turning. But what about sleep credit? Can we actually store up on extra sleep, like banking hours in a sleep account? The concept of sleep credit is relatively new, but it's an interesting way to think about our sleep health. While there's no one-size-fits-all answer to how much sleep we need, most adults aim for around 7-8 hours per night. But what happens when we consistently clock more than that?