by Serge ‘Mage’ Cote
To feel the power of this text, place yourself in the “I” 🙂
I do think about what I want.
I need to do so. I need to find out what I really want.
As soon as I know what I want, I can start to do something about it. I don’t want to waste time working on something that I don’t want.
I can find ways to bring the goals of others into my goals. That way I can find the drive to help others and myself at the same time.
There’s always something great that I can do.
I look in front of me and fixe my eyes on my goals.
I own my dreams. I own what I did. I own my motivation and drive.
There’s no time to waste on the past. It’s done. I can’t change it. I can only learn from it and move forward.
Don’t be a victim of your past.
You can’t change what happened. But when you hold on to the past, you keep yourself from healing. This could even block your present happiness.
“The past is past and I guess if you live in the past, you cease to live.”
– Craig McCaw
The past is all about memories. According to what has been remembered, the past is presented in a way.
“Nothing changes more constantly than the past; for the past that influences our lives does not consist of what actually happened, but of what men believe happened.”
– Gerald W. Johnson
Don’t let the past prevent you from reaching for your dream.
Don’t let someone else use their interpretation of your past to keep you from reaching for your dream. Don’t be a victim of your past.
Good memories should not prevent you from creating new ones.
Good memories should motivate you to create new ones.