Out of sight out of mind

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out of sight out of mind

Will You Die for Me? by Charles "Tex" Watson (1 star ratings)

Will you die for me? asked Charlie Manson. Once all-American hometown boy, Charles Tex Watson answered Yes and thus became hopelessly caught in the dizzying downward spiral into the Manson family and into the brutal role of Helter-Skelter executioner. Finally, on the verge of insanity, Tex Watson found release from the drugs, the sex, the violence, and the mindlessness of his past. Here is his personal story-both of the Manson madness and of his new life in Christ.
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Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind

The idea that something is easily forgotten or dismissed as unimportant if it is not in our direct view. The use of 'in mind' for 'remembered' and 'out of mind' for 'forgotten' date back to the at least the 13th century.
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The meaning and origin of the expression: Out of sight, out of mind

The boss hasn't been down to the warehouse in months, so he has no idea that there are so many issues in here. Out of sight, out of mind, I suppose. Just sweep everything under the sofa—out of sight, out of mind. If you do not see someone or something frequently, you will forget about it. Sometimes used to imply that you will forget about people who have moved away.

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  1. Virgil M. says:

    Out of sight, out of mind definition is - —used to mean that a person stops thinking about something or someone if he or she does not see that thing or person for.

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