As the two philosophers M. Proust and G. Perec explain, speaking about people’s life, when the memory arrives to our mind, leaving the last one free from every filter, it’s possible to live an old experience or emotion as a pleasant moment of the present.
In this way we create a circular time where there isn’t a difference between what we have been and what we are; an eternal return of one’s being.
Our mind can recreate the past depending on the person we are at the moment of the memory; in this way the memories change with us, every day that we remember them.
This change creates a dualism in which every woman can find a childish side, typical of a baby, hidden in her interiority but showing herself mature at the same time, as an ironically old woman.
We create an involuntary mechanism of irony of a woman who is able to “play” like “the child who is hidden in her”.