Best 26 of Forgetting the past quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 15 Sep

C. Joybell C

Diamonds are held under tons and tons of pressure, extremely high temperatures of fire and shuffled under shifting of tectonic plates, for a long, long time! Yet when they come out from there and are put on display for their beauty; does anybody stop to evaluate the diamond based upon all the shit it's been through and say "Remember that disgusting hole it used to be in? I bet it was hell in there!" No, people don't remember where a diamond has come from; they just see the beauty of it now. But it wouldn't have become so beautiful, you know, if not for all of that! So why should we look at other people, or at ourselves and evaluate them/ourselves based upon their/our pasts? Shouldn't we forget that? And only see the beauty that is in front of our eyes? Whatever it was, it made you beautiful! And that is what matters!

By Anonym 17 Sep

Veronica Roth

My name will be Edith Proir," she says. "And there is much I am happy to forget.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Kangoma Kindembo

When something affects a single minute in your life, it must leave an effect on you.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mehmet Murat Ildan

Don’t forget the snow in the summertime, because you will meet him again when the summer is over!

By Anonym 17 Sep

Eli Somer

One of the most compelling sources on the validity of repressed memories of trauma has been the field of combat trauma. - Advances in Dissociation Research and practice in Israel

By Anonym 20 Sep

Yesenia Barkley

You fell asleep and a monster crawled from out of my head and found its way under my bed

By Anonym 18 Sep

Hans Christian Andersen

The good and the beautiful is not forgotten; it lives in legend and in song.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Elizabeth F. Loftus

A laboratory analogy to repression can be found in an experiment by A.F. Zeller. Zeller arranged a situation so that one group of students underwent an unhappy “failure” experience right after they had successfully learned a list of nonsense syllables. When tested later, these subjects showed much poorer recall of the nonsense syllables compared to a control group, who had not experienced failure. When this same “failure” group was later allowed to succeed on the same task that they had earlier failed, their recall showed tremendous improvement. This experiment indicates that when the reason for the repression is removed, when material to be remembered is no longer associated with negative effects, a person no longer experiences retrieval failure.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Marouane Laassafar

We all need that someone in our life who's going to motivate us and not stress us, and then we need to treat him the same way we want to be treaded, and no lies, we say what we mean and mean what we say. and always try to build together not destroy each other, if the outcome isn't what you expected, at least you can say you tried., but also remember that pressure makes diamonds people. not everything will be easy between you and me and him and her and them. its all give and take.. reward and sacrifice. try to love those who love you, not just the ones who are easiest to love, try to help those who need you, may you will need the help someday. try to forgive those who hurt you, may you hurted someone once upon a time and try to forget those who leave you, may god knew that they aren't good for you. one of my main goals on the planet is to encourage people to empower themselves like what im trying now, i try to makes you positive, to make a positive change in your life, it will never happen unless me or you or him or her make it happen. they said "be the change you want to see in the world" im like that and i would like everyone to be like me.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Laura Aranda

You must also forgive yourself. You must forgive yourself for any past mistakes and failures that you cannot forget.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Joyce Rachelle

Writers don't forget the past; they turn it into raw material.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Simon Wiesenthal

Forgetting is something time alone takes care of, but forgiveness is an act of volition, and only the sufferer is qualified to make the decision

By Anonym 18 Sep

P. S. Jagadeesh Kumar

People forget the ladder which raised them and remember the pillar which hold them

By Anonym 19 Sep

Connilyn Cossette

These young ones. They do not understand. There are so few of us left who remember how destructive rebellion is. The slaughter after the Golden Calf was worshiped. The thousands who died. The firestorm that burned the outer rim of camp when the foreigners among us incited a riot. They take for granted the miraculous water that feeds this multitude. They have eaten the manna every day of their lives and do not see the utter strangeness of it. They have not felt the desperation of thirst or the hopelessness of hunger. All they do is complain,

By Anonym 16 Sep

Itta Benhaiem-keller

I want to remember my past To see before my eyes The image of my parents The house in which I grew up The village in which my family lived for generations I don't want to remember my past I fear for what my memory Might bring before my eyes I wonder whether I can continue my life If I'll rescue from oblivion What I want to recall.

By Anonym 19 Sep

T. K. Kiser

The more she tried to forget, the more she remembered.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Catherine Anderson

The sadness in your heart is a yesterday you can no longer see, so put it behind you and walk always forward. Swift Antelope to Amy in Comanche Heart

By Anonym 19 Sep

Coco Mingolelli

What hurt has been done to you, sweet girl? We shall erase it – it shall be but a memory forgotten," she promised. This, she knew how to do.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Harry Leslie Smith

There are so few people left alive from back then, you may as well be talking to them about the Black Death. Nobody recalls the shite in the 30s and that were fucking horrible. For Christ's sake, nobody wants to remember the shite in the 80s. It's all forgotten and swept under the rug by the newspapers and the BBC. They get nostalgic about the music, but they never want to mention the misery. It's all shite. As for the bloody Second World War, the politicians only talk about it when they need an excuse to go pissing about in one of those fucking Muslim countries.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Haruki Murakami

Death was not the opposite of life. It was already here, within my being, it had always been there, and no struggle would permit me to forget that. When it too the 17-year-old Kizuki that night in May, death took me as well.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Renee Fredrickson

Memory repression thrives in shame, secrecy, and shock. The shame and degradation experienced during sexual assault is profound, especially for children who have no concept of what is happening to them or why. Sexual abuse is so bizarre and horrible that the frightened child feels compelled to bury the event deep inside his or her mind.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Janet Turpin Myers

Was the dementia of old age a blessing in disguise? No more thoughts. No more damage inflicted. No more memories of damage survived.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Joan Frances Casey

The accuracy of my memories, whether things happened exactly the way that the personalities remember, doesn't really matter. If my memory, combined with the memories of the other personalities, provides some coherent past, then that is far better than the blankness I have. Whatever inaccuracies may occur because of the passage of time or because of the colored intensity of "emotional truth" harm no one. All that matters is that I gain a firm grasp on what is real. The memories of the total entity, accurate or not, are providing me a handle. I must have some background to adequately explain where I am now. I must have a base from which to build an unfragmented future.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Porcupine Strongwill

I think people write to remember: (Whether) to bring back a mem'ry to life, (Or for their future selves a reminder, Once God begins to dim their lights). But I learnt that I write not just to recall, Because, damn, I cite well if I let, Profusely[-]vividly remembering all – I think I write in hopes to forget.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Joyce Crick

What the waking and the healthy seem to have forgotten, the sleeping and the sick remember.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Malala Yousafzai

But God has also given us the power to forget, so that when the tragedy is over we carry on as normal.