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Seems like time to remember, seems like the moment to forget.


  1. Apr 09,  · It seems like a mighty long time Oh-oh-ohhh I'm-I'm-I'm-I'm-I'm so glad Ooh You stopped by to say hello to me Remember, that's the way it used to be Ooh, It seems like a mighty long time.
  2. [W]hen you are nine years old, what you remember seems forever; for you remember everything and everything is important and stands big and full and fills up Time and is so solid that you can walk around and around it like a tree and look at it. You are aware that time passes, that there is a movement in time, but that is not what Time is.
  3. “That’s a funny thing: you think, when awful things happen, everything else just stops, like you would forget to pee and eat and get thirsty, but it’s not really true. It’s like you and your body are two separate things, like your body is betraying you, chugging on, idiotic and animal, craving water and sandwiches and bathroom breaks.
  4. Like us, Job faced the choice of acknowledging — or rejecting — the sovereignty of God. In response to his suffering and loss, Job's wife suggests he curse God and die. Instead of following her advice, Job chooses to let God be God.
  5. Jul 24,  · Apologize. This is the most simple and yet the most effective way to get someone to forget something negative. Tell him or her how sincerely sorry you are for what happened and that you want to make it right and get back to how things were between you before the incident occurred.
  6. Oct 30,  · If it seems like your partner isn't enjoying sex, chances are they're dealing with something personal, and just need a little space right now. But you'll never know unless you ask. But you'll.
  7. 'Seems Like Time To Remember, Seems Like The Moment To Forget' evokes that fragile beauty between memory and moment, a consciousness between two eras, in between the poetry of the past and presence in the rise and fall in their intensity. A moment to forget, a brief calmness, mantraesque synths and intrinsic restlessness in full colour.
  8. Oct 08,  · Instead, we tend to remember and overemphasize the peak (best or worst) moment and the last moment, and we neglect the duration of an experience. This explains why a .
  9. The year we lived in Huntsville I remember going to the doctor and explaining that I’d been feeling short of breath. I expected him to listen to my chest with a stethescope, to peer down my throat, to look in my ears. Perhaps I had developed asthma. Perhaps it was bronchitis. Instead he said, “It sounds like .

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