Albert learns that closure is only one way to think about the painful past

Albert suspects that all this closure stuff is a bit of nonsense.  Why close off parts of your past, even if they’re painful?  Why not keep them open, available to be perused and pondered at leisure?  There is no greater pleasure, Albert reckons, than reflecting upon hard times when happy.

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