- v. present participle of remember.
- n. the cognitive processes whereby past experience is remembered
“We have no longer any recollection of this, to such an extent does what we call remembering a person consist really in forgetting him.”
“A lesson worth remembering is that at the turn of the 20th century, people had a transportation problem … and the solution turned out not to be a faster horse … but a Ford.”
“What we should be remembering is how many fo these mena nd women died unneccasarily.”
“An important part of the success of a science fiction story lies in remembering that its audience has already met other stories with the same subjects before, and in respecting that previous knowledge.”
“My mum is in remembering mode; she keeps reminding me of the good times, the barbecues in yard with more than twelve people and still room to take a quiet moment for oneself.”
“Most likely loaded dice Conan mused as he scratched his chin remembering how Ludar had recently won a considerable number of coins from the barbarian's own purse.”
“He was bearded and gaunt and dirty, but I succeeded in remembering him as the stalwart youth that had spent several months in our Glen Ellen refuge three years before.”
“GROSS: So in remembering your childhood, I'm wondering if you remembered somebody like the character of Horace.”
“Not remembering is what saves me, because it encourages me to keep asking, and to keep forgetting what it is I think I know.”
“The other point perhaps worth remembering is that trans women are just as likely, and arguably more likely, to experience violence as cis women.”
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synonyms of revelation or even catalysts leading revelation (moments of clarity).. whatever they may be (preferably nouns)
also experiences that are possible paths to enlightenment (v...
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