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via The past is good to learn from but not to live in..
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That is so true… and my prayer is that we all move forward into the new…
I’ve been working on the “new” for over 20 years now and it is starting to look good…be encouraged!
The present is a mathematical equation consisting of a balance of the past, and anticipated future…..interdependent. We live at least in part because of what we experience, and act upon in the past with hope for our future.
Yeah but Dave, I’ve never been very good at math…lol…You are right though…I feel this tension (the word tension is used here until I can come up with a better word to describe the concept) between learning from the past, living in the now, and preparing for the future.
L’expérience du passé doit nous aider à vivre le présent et le futur.
You are the best… 🙂
I’ve nominated you for the Reader Appreciation Award, have a look at my site to read about it http://wp.me/p2DnTA-pE Thanks for being a dedicated reader! Sage
…and thank you for being such a dedicated writer…I’ve been swamped with some extra work I was foolish enough to agree to so that whole dedication thing has really been taking a beating…but hopefully I’m back…will be “officially” accepting the award via some mind boggling post in the the near future…thanks for thinking of me…I am humbled.
Well I won’t be offended if you don’t get around to it at all, I completely understand it does take a lot of time to follow through with. Just know I appreciate your readership, take some time for yourself 🙂
Thanks…I deeply appreciate the grace…be encouraged!
The past is not now so wecan’t live in it….we can only learn our lessons and even that is not a given.
It certainly isn’t…in fact there is a consistent growing amount of evidence that i may be the leading s-l-o-w learner…be encouraged!
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