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A foretaste of better things

Clare O’Driscoll explains how positive childhood experiences can become associated with deeper truths

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Whenever I eat a certain brand of Swiss chocolate, I am back in my childhood home one Easter Sunday. My parents are relaxing on the sofa while my brother and I hunt behind curtains, under chairs and in every nook and cranny for whatever chocolate may be hidden there. Among the plunder, each of us will find a gift from our grandparents: five Easter bunnies, set into a beautifully designed cardboard packet. Oh the smell of that chocolate. And the taste!

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