How and what to forget

Some things we want to forget. Blunders. Embarrassing moments. A falling out with a friend. If only we could simply not recall such experiences, not think about them ever again.

An elementary school teacher, in showing her class how hard it sometimes seems to forget, gave the students an illustration. She asked them to forget about dinosaurs, not to think about them at all. She stood quietly for a few moments. Pretty soon the students started laughing. They agreed, it seemed awfully hard to get rid of the thought of dinosaurs.

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From domination to dominion—through Christ
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