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  • The Past is a Place of Reference, Not a Place.

    Added Date - Apr 19, 2016

    The Past is a Place of Reference, Not a Place

    The past is a place of reference, not a place. Too many people make the mistake of living in the past and this causes them to miss out on the wonderful things that the world has to offer today. The past is made up of memories and experiences, and it is a valuable part of your life, but once something has slipped into the past it is not possible to go back. If you are always thinking of the past then you are not allowing yourself to the see the potential and opportunities that the current and the future hold for you. Don't let your past hold you back and keep you from becoming the person that you were meant to be. Bad experiences from your past can haunt you if you let them, and you have to learn how to let go and move on in order to reach your full potential as a person, a friend, and a family member.

    Sometimes the past can seem better than the present, and you may feel tempted to remember days past in a fond manner. A recent break up, the death of a loved one, or other negative experiences can make today hard to get through. You may find that you are tempted to recall happier moments from the past instead of dealing with the pain or sadness that you are feeling right now. You can not go back to the past though, all that is left are memories. Instead you must forge forward so that you can work on making your life better today.

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