We each have a unique process through which we integrate our experiences into memory. Our process develops during our journey, and is colored by factors such as: our innate character; our acquired beliefs and behaviours; the scenario of the experience and; if we're plugged into it, divine intervention. Our memory of the processed experience is also clouded by the time, place, and our prevailing attitude during which we are remembering. No memory is truly objective. Remembering this will help us to exercise patience in the company of those who remember a shared experience differently than we.