Memories are a very important part of our lives and make us who we are. However,
they can also be quite fickle and fleeting. Oscar Wilde once said, “Memory... is the
diary that we all carry about with us.” We always have our memory in our pockets and it would leave a smile on our face every time we remember it – but imagine a life without memories to recall? Wouldn’t it be very depressing and very boring?
Memories are very essential in our lives because they allow us to grow and learn to be a better person. Our recollections can teach us very important life lessons, demonstrate skills and abilities and can make us feel happy and entertained. There are so much more things that our memories can do and how beneficial it is in our lives. It's commonly believed that happiness is a direct consequence of choices made. By that logic, the only way to affect and/or create happiness is to draw from the experience lodged in memory.
Let's start from the presumption that lifeconstitutes by a number of things such as the actions we make, memories, emotions,traumas, and relationships that we experience during our existence. In this sense wecan assume that talking about illusion of life has to do with a more complex interpretation of what life is, as a network of interconnected abstract and tangible elements that constitute the existence of a sentient being .The puppet is perceived
as something that can take it all, do whatever and get away with anything. Since they
act like us, we feel subconsciously like they are being more genuine and true to the
human nature, which are constricted by social norms, ideologies and dynamics.