It is possible, if one peels back enough layers, to find the memory of the wall; how the wall once appeared in the human mind.

It is almost always quite different than the wall you think you are looking at today. It's darker, a little dim to see -- and quieter.

All other layers contain sound, but the memories of the wall are always silent. Perhaps the mind could not remember what the wall looked like and also capture the sounds around it at the same time.

Memories of the wall, as you can see, are smooth but the sounds are smoothest of all. The light whispers, but the sound is dark. Try to touch it -- you hear nothing.

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