Before the world began, there was just sky.
No earth, no land.
Only air and birds everywhere.
Billions and billions of birds.
And one of these birds was a lark and one day her father died.
And this was a really big problem
because there was no place to put the body
because there was no earth.
And it went on for five or six days and
they were all trying to think of what to do with the body.
And finally the lark had a solution:
She decided to bury her father in the back of her own head.
And this was the beginning of memory.
Because before this no one could remember a thing.
They were just constantly flying in circles.
Constantly flying in huge circles.