re-member (English) Origin & history re- + member Verb re-member (third-person singular simple presentre-members, present participlere-membering, simple past and past participlere-membered) (uncommon) To reconstitute or reassemble that which has been dismembered. A different level of re-assembling self. I don’t blame anyone for this past I had to endure. I see now the ball was rolling long before I was conceived. I can see the desperation … More Re-membering

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The more I look through my ancestor’s documents using ancestry, I am just amazed. I have been here for so many years not really knowing who I was or what I was capable of. I was so uncomfortable being told in school history class we came from slaves and monkeys. To hear the mention of … More Clear Views