Thought for the Day
“I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.” - Patrick Henry
Do not let the past determine what you will accomplish today or in the future. Let’s say you tried to accomplish something in the past but despite your best effort at the time, you had difficulty achieving your goal. Try to let the previous experience go. Today is different and perhaps you are more prepared and have better resources to support your effort.
Today, focus your attention on today and the future and let go of whatever happened in the past.
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