By Rev. Paul S. Osumi
Reprinted with permission

Be a forgetter

Sometime ago a memory expert came to Honolulu to show people how to improve their memory. It is advantageous for us to have a good memory. But it is more important to be a good forgetter, provided we forget the right things. We do well to forget yesterday’s neglects, failures, disappointments, sorrows, insults and grudges.


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