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  1. We have to forget the past. History is something that even today we are paying the consequences, and the future is integration. We all as a people, as citizens, as the leadership of both countries should be looking in that direction.
  2. Forget The Past, break free from your past a free subliminal from Sprudio. Stop focusing on what has been and waste your life on things you can not change.
  3. Nov 10,  · In her newest book, Never Forget the Past, Lorana Hoopes brings readers into the mind of an arsonist and brings a dead man back to life. No, this is not a paranormal story, but one where a man fakes his death so that he can escape from the person who was trying to kill him. I feel that Never Forget the Past is one of Ms. Hoopes best books/5(83).
  4. Jan 22, - Explore Zulaini Z Abidin's board "Forget the Past Quotes" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Quotes, Life quotes, Inspirational quotes pins.
  5. Jul 10,  · S OME MIGHT SAY if we ignore the past, we’ll fail to learn from it. That may well be true, but God is pointing out the difference between learning from our errors and dwelling on them. Once He has forgiven us, we need to leave the spot of sin and not build memorials to our past.
  6. Jul 28,  · Forget the past because it is the only way to achieve your goals. Release your past so that you are able to stand firmly in your present to make your future better. Below you will find 40 forget the past quotes so that you can let the things go and move on in your life.
  7. Forget The Past Fanfiction. Keith has been thrown out of the red lion during a fight. Shiro takes the wounded lion back to the castle and team Voltron wormholes away, not knowing that they have left their fellow paladin on the planet. He is wounded, unconscious, and about to g.
  8. Answer The past tense of forget is forgot (archaic) or forgat (obsolete). The third-person singular simple present indicative form of forget is forgets. The present participle of forget is forgetting.
  9. Jan 02,  · Question: "Is forgetting the past biblical? Does the Bible instruct us to forget the past?" Answer: The apostle Paul ends a section in Philippians 3 by saying, “One thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus” (verses 13–14).

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