to bring an image or idea from the past into the mind; to possess or exercise the faculty of memory; keep from forgetting; recall to mind; think of again; convey greetings from (Webster’s New Universal Unabridged Dictionary)

recall, recollect, remind, reminisce, retain, retrospect, revive, revoke

I remember how the conversations of my grandfather and his sisters would go…about halfway into a story, they seemed to get caught up in trying to recall a person’s name or exactly where so-and-so’s house was, until they forgot their original point.  Aaahhhh, to be able to remember.  Sometimes it’s automatic–just a whiff of a scent or a few notes from a song can bring it all flooding back.  Other times we have to work at remembering by attaching rhymes or reasons.  However, we remember best when we store our memories not just in the mind, but in our hearts.

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