"Whoever drinks at the Forbidden Fountain at once forgets
everything he has ever known," Ozma asserted.
Jane is now a common grown-up, with a daughter called Margaret; and every spring cleaning time, except when he forgets
, Peter comes for Margaret and takes her to the Neverland, where she tells him stories about himself, to which he listens eagerly.
, by-the-bye, whether that Miss Browndock was the same lady that got the ten thousand pounds prize in the lottery, but I think she was; indeed, now I come to think of it, I am sure she was.
Sunken eyes and hollow cheeks--wet, cold, and famine--and horrors before them all, that were even worse--we must forget
such things if we would be tranquil here.'
"She doesn't forget it, Minnie!" the Mother laughingly replied.
We passed the Cedars this morning, just exactly as Mary Davenant was standing at the gate, wishing good-bye to Mister I forget his name.
'And naturally,' said Mr Blandois, replacing the watch and stepping backward to his former chair, 'you do not forget.'
'No, sir, I do not forget. To lead a life as monotonous as mine has been during many years, is not the way to forget.
that I might forget
them!--no trace of the assassin was ever found.
This system is far from perfect-yes, I do forget
things I wanted to remember, and recall things like phone numbers I no longer need-but it is working sufficiently well to let us think, decide and act in the present.
We only grumble a bit but soon we forget
, the potholes remain death holes and these days they are as big as the Nigerian map, yet we are not in agreement that governance has failed and can do better, we make the noise, collect the names of those responsible and soon we forget
"Some forgive and forget
, more forgive and remember, most forgive and remind." Image Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto
As artillery shells land just several miles away, Filipinos turn to singing to temporarily forget
the danger lurking nearby.
"Decades of research have shown that we have the ability to voluntarily forget
something, but how our brains do that is still being questioned.
Choosing to forget
something might take more mental effort than trying to remember it, researchers at The University of Texas at Austin discovered through neuroimaging.