Reading The Mind For Memory

The word convey all sense of the mind. To forgive is to forget and but we must retell and tell (again and again) to remember.

'All is said and done', but what is said is not necessarily done. More merrily, some say, 'do what I say, not what I do.'

A picture may capture part of a memory, but it is in the telling that conveys the whole story. The epic journey is full of life lessons like every life shows many lessons.

Part of recent memory is still well remembered through story: the Bible, the Epic Iliad, and The Epic Odyssey. But word of mouth is not so well recorded that we remember what is said or what is being said.

Here lies the student's duty: to recall the past in both what was said about the senses. And to listen to the present to hear what is not written but needs to be remembered for the future. And still, we need to learn how to practice 'word of mouth'.

Our Mind is like a riddle, what we remember is well and good. But what is not remembered may yet be restored after, a proper examination of the 'proper use of impression'. We who understand how to use the mind will never forget. Let us all be students and teachers on 'how to use the mind'.

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