Yes. That being said, our memories are 4,000 years old. I’m sure there are some inaccuracies when it comes to the little details, and obviously we don’t remember exact lines of dialogue from back then, but the essence of the story is true. Basically we remember major events and the way we felt back then, but we don’t remember exact lines of dialogue or little details about what happened so we fill in the gaps as best we can. We have done our best to stay as true and accurate as possible.

Just like with memories from this life, the memories that are strongest are the ones that involve strong emotion. As an example, let’s say your grandmother went into the hospital 5 years ago and you went to visit her. I’m sure you can remember a lot about that visit, but do you remember EXACTLY word-for-word what was said during that visit? Do you remember her room number? The name of her doctor? What you ate at the hospital cafeteria and how much it cost? Probably not. That being said I’m sure you could tell me what happened during your visit and how you were feeling. You might even remember some a detail like how difficult it was to find a place to park, but you’d remember this detail because you were stressed out and trying to get to the hospital as quickly as possible to be with her.

So yes, our story is “true” but how accurate the little details and dialogue are will vary. Some details are crystal clear while others are extremely fuzzy. But rest assured, we remember the major events and how we were feeling perfectly clearly, and that’s what our story is really about – the two of us and the relationship we share with one another.