The piece is meant as a call to the spirit, to the beauty we know by heart
if only we could let ourselves remember.
Yet there truly is only one story, one that we will know by heart
like the story of penicillin and the birth of antibiotics--when a cure for HIV/AIDS is found.
So the [Illegible Text] that day, the memorable ones even our children know by heart
Pick up an article in any major publication about this year's primary campaign and get ready for a stream of cliches that most Americans now know by heart
- "rugged individualists," "rock-ribbed conservatism," "Yankee common sense," "grassroots democracy," "New England town-meeting tradition," "New Hampshirites like to look a man in the eye before they give him their vote.
Catechists traditionally were those who taught the catechism, those famous questions and answers that many older Catholics still know by heart
I loved seeing how they were in different places and it was always familiar; it was always very much what I knew and know by heart
," she said.
Many people have their specially and personally significant passages of scripture, the ones they go back to, read over often, even know by heart