Because forgetting means that you have learned nothing. And that is bad...just bad.

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love

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Life isn't always nice. Life isn't always fair. But life (our past) defines us. <br />
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Going as far into your past as we can, the XX chromosome match in your mother's womb dictated that you would be female. It also dictated your eye, hair, and skin color. It determined your potential intelligence and physical abilities. That is your history; your past. Would you want to forget that you are an attractive and intelligent young women? Would you want to forget your native language, how to write, how to walk, how to dress, how to do makeup, how to be the wonderful person you are? All of that and a billion other things are your history. It is too important to forget. <br />
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You are probably referring to hurts. Hurts teach us far more than a laugh. If we look at the hurts as life lessons intended to make us a better person, those hurts can teach us compassion, understanding, and tolerance. They can make us a stronger and happier person. Make it possible to really appreciate the blessings we have been given. It is better to learn, than forget. <br />
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Good luck on your life journey.

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Thoes who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.

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Its a nice concept in theory, so that past wrongs and hurts can be forgotten. But we are simply unable to forget all - we can forgive, but we cannot will ourselcves to forget. <br />
Our present 'self' and personality will be shaped by our own past experiences, making us the 'person' that we are today.<br />
Of course, when you get to a certain age you start to forget the present......... lol

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If we don't learn what the past has done to create who we are today, then what good is the past to us now?

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Take the lesson and more on-sigh

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