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|Tupper, Martin When I was younger, I could remember anything, whether it had |
happened or not. - Twain, Mark If you are ... Unknown, Source People with good
memories seldom remember anything worth remembering. - Unknown, Source
|Unknown, Source Memory: We retain: 10 percent of what we read; 20 percent of |
what we hear; 30 percent of what we see ?50 percent of what ... Unknown,
Source People with good memories seldom remember anything worth
|Richard Searle. Richard Searle The Memoirs Of Damage & Vom 'People with |
good memories seldom remember anything worth remembering.' (Anonymous) 9.
|Now, if the schoolmaster teaches his pupils to gather up everything |
indiscriminately, I think he should be said not to make too ... when they get their
pupils to remember things not worth remembering, they are strengthening their
memories for things that ... So the word “memory” does not really stand, as most
people seem to think, for a single faculty of the mind, but for ... when all these
faculties have been developed that the educated man or woman can be said to
have a good memory.
|Years went by and even though fountain drinks seldom entered our home, the |
purchase of one in town, (now with Mom's approval), was not as restricted. ... a
crazed frenzy, and no one can possibly enjoy 2.4oz of pure delight when seven
other people are crowding around you pleading, 'more, more, more'. ... I do
remember the first time I did buy my first case of Crush Orange sodas with my
|I mean, I cannot remember when I began to remember, or what first got set down |
in my memory as worth remembering. ... At all events, I do remember one flood
that seems about as far off as anything—the rain pouring so thick that I put out my
... Indeed, I have a suspicion that my oldest memories are of dreams,—where or
when dreamed, the good Onewho made .... She is very beautiful inmy memory,
but during the last months of her life we seldom sawher,and the desireto keepthe
|However, we seldom venture outside our realms of expertise because doing so |
makes us uncomfortable and puts us off our footing. That's precisely why now is a
good time to cast your mind about and find something completely new to learn
from the ... MEMORY. TIME-OUTS. How many times have you said recently, “Oh,
gee, I forgot.” Usually we forget little things—the keys ... That's worth repeating:
make things important enough to remember. ... It goes beyond remembering
|Remembering. God. When I remember You on my bed, I meditate on You in the |
night watches. Because You have been my help, therefore in the shadow of Your
... Most holidays are set aside to jog our memories. Christmas, Good Friday, and
Easter cause us to recall the birth, death, and resurrection of Christ. ... seldom
shouts, butHedoes make Himself knownin athousand quiet ways. ...
Weremember God becauseHe is worth remembering andbecause ofwhatit
allows us to become.
|Besides remembering how to add and subtract, three memory skills can enable |
you to hold on to all the money you want to hold on to. First, we must remember
our overall worth, your estate. Second, we need ... REMEMBERING YOUR
OVERALL WORTH You might think that most people know their net worth.
However ... We lose track of some of our assets because we rarely think about
our overall worth.
|Memory. and. Focus. Lack. of memory is usually something we attribute to older |
people. When they forget something, we laugh and say they experienced a “
senior moment.” While it is true that ... If the brain cannot focus properly on a
given task or piece of information, it is unlikely to remember that thing well.
Essentially, if the brain cannot easily decide what is worth remembering, much
information will be lost. Furthermore, our memory ability is rarely engaged in
today's world. Phone ...