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My question to professional mathematicians (or anyone that has taken a significant amount of pure mathematics) is this: Do you find it easy to remember every proof you read, and do you find yourself having to re-read books that you had previously mastered so as to remember key details? Is the process of continued revision indicative of the profession of pure mathematics, or is a mathematician supposed to remember key details without revision? Is this a problem that I can fix or is it a sign that I have reached my mathematical limit?