Which of the two is a bliss?

By Bala
@balasri (26549)
India
March 20, 2008 10:46pm CST
Remembering or Forgetting.
5 responses
@mimpi1911 (25475)
• India
26 Mar 08
'A wise man forgets a wrong doer but remembers who he is.' Or, " A wise man remembers a good act but forgets the bad person he is!' I think ideally that should be the usual approach - bit of both.
@dpk262006 (56776)
• Delhi, India
26 Mar 08
Truly philosphical! Excellent!
@balasri (26549)
• India
26 Mar 08
A real wise woman. Mimpi!
@SViswan (12071)
• India
21 Mar 08
Depends.....if it's something nice and happy, remembering is bliss....and if it's something unpleasant, then forgetting is bliss.
@balasri (26549)
• India
22 Mar 08
The problem is forgetting the bad things as they make the ugliest scar that reminds us of the incident forever.
@SViswan (12071)
• India
22 Mar 08
You know, even though at the time I don't think it's possible, I somehow find it easier to forget unless similar incidents don't turn up...then I do remember. But I can move on without thinking about the bad incidents quite easily.
@wolfie34 (26792)
• United Kingdom
25 Mar 08
Definitely for me it's forgetting! I have a short term memory problem and I have a very good long term memory, trouble is I remember all the negative stuff in my life which contributes to my depression, I forget all the positives and remember all the negatives and I can't stop it! So I much prefer to forget things. I know it sounds horrible to say but sometimes I think having amnesia would be a wonderful thing then I can truly forget and bury my past which has been the cause of great frustration and heartache to me
@balasri (26549)
• India
26 Mar 08
I wish you can do that.
• United States
21 Mar 08
Can I choose both? I like remembering all the good stuff. I would like to forget all the bad stuff. If I must choose one or the other, I choose to remember.
@balasri (26549)
• India
22 Mar 08
Why not you can very well choose both.And you have done good job of it too.
@dpk262006 (56776)
• Delhi, India
26 Mar 08
For me it would be remembering unforgettable moments of my life. Someone once suggested me, when you are down and out - 'Count your blessings', so I go by that advice and remember my blessings and find myself rejuventated.