„The Egyptians won't forget those who stood with them, or against them.“

—  Abdul Fatah Khalil Al-Sisi, 2013, - El-Sisi http://www.dailynewsegypt.com/2013/10/07/egyptian-people-will-never-forget-who-stood-with-them-or-against-them-al-sisi/
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„You left the Egyptians. You turned your back on the Egyptians, and they won’t forget that.“

—  Abdel Fattah el-Sisi Current President of Egypt 1954
2013, El-Sisi to Washington Post on The United States administration. http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle_east/rare-interview-with-egyptian-gen-abdel-fatah-al-sissi/2013/08/03/a77eb37c-fbc4-11e2-a369-d1954abcb7e3_story.html

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„We don't forget, and won't forget.“

—  Abdel Fattah el-Sisi Current President of Egypt 1954
2013, Remarks by el-Sisi on Sinai liberation celebrations day (28 April 2013) regarding the Egyptian soldiers killed before http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-x1xN8LUYG4.

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„We dance with our bodies, but we finally forget them and transform them.“

—  Rukmini Devi Arundale Indian Bharatnatyam dancer 1904 - 1986
pdf, A Century of Negotiations: The Changing Sphere of the Woman Dancer in India, 1 December 2013, Performancestudies.ucla.edu, 15-16 http://www.performancestudies.ucla.edu/downloads/SarkarNegotiation.pdf.,

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„We are constantly railing against the passions; we ascribe to them all of man’s afflictions, and we forget that they are also the source of all his pleasures“

—  Denis Diderot, Philosophical thoughts
Pensées Philosophiques (1746), Context: We are constantly railing against the passions; we ascribe to them all of man’s afflictions, and we forget that they are also the source of all his pleasures … But what provokes me is that only their adverse side is considered … and yet only passions, and great passions, can raise the soul to great things. Without them there is no sublimity, either in morals or in creativity. Art returns to infancy, and virtue becomes small-minded. As translated in Diderot (1977) by Otis Fellows, p. 39 Variant translations: One declaims endlessly against the passions; one imputes all of man's suffering to them. One forgets that they are also the source of all his pleasures. Only passions, great passions, can elevate the soul to great things.

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„And the biggest irony of course was -- is that those who betrayed these values were themselves the children of immigrants. How quickly we forget. One generation passes, two generation passes, and suddenly we don’t remember where we came from. And we suggest that somehow there is “us” and there is “them,” not remembering we used to be “them.”“

—  Barack Obama 44th President of the United States of America 1961
2015, Naturalization Ceremony speech (December 2015), Context: We celebrate this history, this heritage, as an immigrant nation. And we are strong enough to acknowledge, as painful as it may be, that we haven’t always lived up to our own ideals. We haven’t always lived up to these documents. [... ] We succumbed to fear. We betrayed not only our fellow Americans, but our deepest values. We betrayed these documents. It’s happened before. And the biggest irony of course was -- is that those who betrayed these values were themselves the children of immigrants. How quickly we forget. One generation passes, two generation passes, and suddenly we don’t remember where we came from. And we suggest that somehow there is “us” and there is “them,” not remembering we used to be “them.”

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„I always have motives, but I forget them.“

—  Michelangelo Antonioni Italian film director and screenwriter 1912 - 2007
Encountering Directors interview (1969), Context: It's very difficult to explain what I do. It is much more instinctive than you realize; much, much more. … the reasons that make me interested in a subject are, how shall I say, fickle. Many times I have chosen, among three stories, one for reasons that are entirely accidental: I get up and think this one will be stupendous because the night before I had a certain dream. Or perhaps I put it better by saying that I had found inside myself reasons why this particular story seems more valid. … I always have motives, but I forget them.

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