Brain cells are much like prison cells; they are small and simple. These cells reside unnoticed in our heads and imprison thoughts and memories, much like prison cells imprison criminals. On some occasions, thoughts and memories serve short sentences and are recalled soon after their realisation. However, some thoughts and memories serve rather long sentences in their cells, and so they are forgotten about for a long time.
In reality, when dangerous criminals are jailed with lengthy prison sentences, their isolation from the public can make the area a better and safer place. We see this analogy in the brain cells also. When bad memories are locked away in brain cells, they are forgotten and so the individual in question can continue their life normally. However, sometimes when criminals are released on probation, they can cause further damage to peoples’ lives. With brain cells, if a bad memory is recalled, the individual in question may make some bad decisions and may end up creating a lot of problems for themselves.
On the contrary, there are times when the release of an offender can prove beneficial. During time in prison, some criminals have a complete personality transformation and so when they are released back into the normal world, they can bring goodness to peoples’ lives. Again, this happens with memories. When memories are recalled from their brain cells they can bring further happiness to a persons’ life.
I suppose our brains can be viewed as a prison of some sort. A prison that traps memories for varying amounts of time and then releases them into realisation. Nobody can say that my interpretation of the brain is incorrect. Scientists claim that the brain has millions of brain cells which are small and simple. We understand that the brain allows us to remember past memories and forget others. My interpretation here agrees with this and so it can be said that this interpretation can be viewed as a deep speculation into what is so far regarded as unexplainable.