I would like say in latin "Don't forget to forgive". It would be like a declarative/recommendation statement.

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There's an already nice construction in Latin: memento mori, which more literally means "remember to die", though it really means something like "don't forget that you're mortal."

Substituting one word for another we get: memento ignoscere, "Remember to forgive."

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    It should be spelled "memento ignoscere." It looks like an innocent typo intruded. May 6, 2021 at 5:02
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    @user1071303 Yep, thanks. Late night typos.
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    May 6, 2021 at 11:45

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